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Designed by Henning Larsen Architects, Friis & Moltke
About the project
To ensure future patient treatments, Herlev Hospital expanded its facilities.
The goal was to create a truly healing hospital environment that merges all available knowledge in a symbiosis between the hospital and surroundings to create a sensory hospital.
The two new buildings consist of a square base with two floors and circular floors on top. The buildings' mutual displacement creates a series of inviting outdoor spaces on a human scale and provides a counterpoint to the existing hospital's 120-meter-high, rectangular geometry.
The beautiful architectural building has a total of 28,000 square meters of facades and 16,000 square meters of roof.
HSHansen was responsible for the closure contract for facades and roof.