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J. Lauritzen gets ready to relocate to ‘THE CUBE’

Apr 15 2015

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As off 11 May 2015, J. Lauritzen will have its quarters at 'THE CUBE', a unique property with an attractive waterfront location at Tuborg Harbour, Hellerup, just a few kilometers north of the city centre of Copenhagen.

THE CUBE was completed in 2002 and designed by Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects, one of Scandinavia's most recognised, award-winning architectural practices committed to innovative and sustainable design. The building fully caters to the requirements of modern-day businesses as regards interior layout and spatiality, featuring open plans, transparency and a pleasant intake of natural light. The functional U-shaped structure is laid out on a square ground plan with a large atrium courtyard. Glass, black slate and ash wood are used to emphasise the strong Nordic architectural tradition.

Another main consideration of the design of 'THE CUBE' has been to create a pleasant and healthy indoor environment with good energy-efficiency. This consideration is e.g. reflected in the use of running water to enhance the visual impression, improve air quality and provide a pleasant background sound.

As off 11 May 2015, J. Lauritzen will relocate from 28 Sankt Annae Plads in Copenhagen to the 4th floor of 'THE CUBE', 15 Tuborg Havnevej in Hellerup (Copenhagen, Denmark).

Facts about 'THE CUBE'

  • Location: Tuborg Havnevej
  • Total floor space: 12,305 m2
  • Owner: PKA
  • Architects: Schmidt Hammer Lassen
  • Public transport: Bus services every six minutes. Within walking distance to Hellerup railway station (S-trains and regional trains). Direct train service to Copenhagen Airport.
  • Private transport: Close to the motorway network, 5 kilometers to Copenhagen city centre
    Parking facilities: Underground parking for hire and free public parking in the area

 

The above article is based on content from ‘THE CUBE’s website, learn more about the building here >>>

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