Ferring International Center

Ferring International Center

Architect
Henning Larsen
Location
Copenhagen, Denmark
Project Year
2002
Category
Offices

Auditoriums

Ferring International Center

Henning Larsen as Architects

Ferring International Center is the first building in a new, large Copenhagen quarter - Ørestad. Located next to Ørestad metro station the building location benefits from infrastructural links that also include Øresund highway and Copenhagen Airport. In design and height Ferring constitutes the Ørestad landmark visible also from the Øresund bridge.


Ferring consists of two main building volumes. One is a three-storey basic volume with a reception desk, laboratories and a number of atriums. On top of the basic volume, a slim 13-storey tower building rises containing offices, canteen and auditorium.


The main entrance of Ferring International Center faces the railway square with direct access to all laboratories on the ground floor. Other functions are easily reached via four elevators in the atrium behind the reception. The building contains open office spaces making full use of floorage. With its open façades the building offers magnificent views from every floor.


Located at the station square, the tower forms the edge of the built-up area alongside the metro. The low laboratory building faces a number of smaller buildings on either side.

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