Overview

Njalskade Kollegiet, designed by KHR, accommodates 176 students, with full height windows overlooking the city. From the street, changing reflections can be seen in the building's many windows.

Facts
City
Copenhagen
Country
Denmark
Client
MT Højgaard
Year
2006
Area
7000 ㎡

Street mirror with view to the city

The college is located at the entrance to Ørestaden and KUA and created as a landmark of the area's spiritual life and leben. The building radiates the inner life of 176 students by providing each room with a full-height "street mirror" overlooking the city. The rooms become a space with exploded boundaries of outside and inside, and from the street the building sparkles both by day and by night with ever-changing reflections.

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