Pei Cobb Freed’s Undulant Public Hub in Copenhagen, DK

Tivoli Hjørnet, designed by our friends at Pei Cobb Freed, spans 350′ across the Bernstorffsgade in Copenhagen, Denmark, offering the city’s urban core an array of amenities, and featuring an undulant form which quotes the historic fortification walls and moats of the adjacent historic Danish pleasure garden, Tivoli Gardens. The structure covers 91, K SqFt and houses retail, restaurants, a 22-key hotel, a rooftop terrace and a food hall with 16 dining concepts. Its glass exterior on one side captures kaleidoscopic changing light while providing insulation and solar shading; on another, facing its garden, terracotta cladding referencing Copenhagen’s traditional clay-based masonry and shipbuilding heritage.

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