AJGA DESIGNS HIGHEST BUILDING IN DENMARK

The highest version of the design at 150m appears as a single slim volume due to its angle towards the motor road appearing even slimmer. The building is designed with a centrally lying nucleus that also shares the house’s features and outdoor areas. The building meets the ground in a geometry which is flipped relative to its end and therefore opens the possibility of an atrium which extends over several floors. In order to conceptualize and visualize the impact of a high-rise building in the business district near the small town of Brande, Denmark, the idea was to develop the...

AJGA DESIGNS HIGHEST BUILDING IN DENMARK

The highest version of the design at 150m appears as a single slim volume due to its angle towards the motor road appearing even slimmer. The building is designed with a centrally lying nucleus that also shares the house’s features and outdoor areas. The building meets the ground in a geometry which is flipped relative to its end and therefore opens the possibility of an atrium which extends over several floors. In order to conceptualize and visualize the impact of a high-rise building in the business district near the small town of Brande, Denmark, the idea was to develop the architectural approach to the task in 3 scales, in turn giving the client a tool to assess the volumes relative to the height and the spaces they would create.