Cultural Centre Denmark
Inspired by the robust materials from which harbours are constructed, the architects chose concrete and wood for the floors and decking both inside and outside the Harbour of Culture. The rustic surfaces lend a textural quality to the building, while its facades which are clad in wood lamellae combined with glass and concrete create a lively and open facade on a suitable scale. The upper floor of the library has beautiful oak flooring, and the fixtures and fittings are specially designed to tie in with the architecture. The result is a relaxed and informal atmosphere which is perfect for relaxation and concentration. The Troldtekt acoustic panels on the ceilings have been chosen for their acoustic properties, which is very important in this very open building. In and around the cinema, black Troldtekt acoustic panels have also been used on the walls, emphasising the cultural centre’s raw and informal nature.
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