House of Food Culture
2231-COB-CPH.DK-2016.19
Architect: COBE
Clients: Union Holding, NRE Denmark A/S
Status: Competition (2016) Project (2016) On going (2019)
Clasification: 1 prize
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
Coordinates: 55.6736464, 12.5361386
Climate: Oceanic / maritime, Temperate
Materials: Concrete, Wood
Environment: Urban
Visualizer: Studio
Scale: 3.500 ㎡ Medium
Types: Cultural, Cultural center

House of Food Culture is a new building on the prominent avenue, Frederiksberg Allé, in Copenhagen. The tree-lined, Parisian inspired avenue, is one of the most significant historic avenues in the Danish capital. House of Food Culture will include food stalls, workshops and educational facilities and will be built on top of the entrance to one of the new stations on Copenhagen’s coming metro city ring. On top of the House of Food Culture, 5 townhouses including 30 housing units surrounds an intimate, green courtyard. With an estimated daily flow of 10,000 people, House of Food Culture will be one of the capital’s new central meeting places and a focal point for urban life.

Team: Dan Stubbergaard, Thomas Krarup, Sonia Bom, Steffen Ommundsen, Marine Pierson, Rasmus Hjortshøj, Anna Pieranska | Engineer: Arne Elkjær | Landscape: COBE | Post date: 28/03/2018 | Views: 4.690