Copenhagen Contemporary

The former B&W welding hall is one of the few remaining buildings that reflects the story of Copenhagen as a city of heavy industry. Impressive by its scale alone it controls the entire layout of Refshaleøen, stretching 350 metres parallel to the harbour front. When tasked with transforming this magnificent hall into a set and scenery workshop for the Royal Danish Theatre, we approach the building on its own terms, creating a frame where robust and refined exists side by side. Today, the industrial halls are home to one of Scandinavia’s most extensive exhibition venues for contemporary art – Copenhagen Contemporary.

Read more ↓