This Danish campus building is designed by architecture studio C.F. Møller and brings an industrial aesthetic to life. Reflective of retro modernist design ideals, this layered building boast a beige, brick facade and is accented with cubes that seem to sit unevenly atop one another.
This student residence is located at the University of Southern Denmark's main campus, in Odense and resembles a structure out of a futuristic or dystopian film. The stark and simple structure features a blend of heavy concrete and lightweight glass that work to balance each other out seamlessly.
C.F. Møller's Danish campus project is home to newly renovated student dorms and aims to open its doors after its scheduled completion in 2020.
This Danish Campus Embraces an Industrial Architecture Aesthetic
1. Industrial Architecture Aesthetic - Explore opportunities to incorporate an industrial aesthetic into architectural designs for commercial spaces.
2. Retro Modernist Design - Leverage retro modernist design principles to create unique and visually striking buildings and interiors.
3. Stark and Simple Structures - Discover ways to create minimalist and visually impactful structures using a combination of concrete and glass.
1. Architecture and Construction - Embrace the modernist and industrial aesthetics in architectural design projects to cater to clients seeking unique and visually appealing spaces.
2. Real Estate and Property Development - Incorporate elements of retro modernist design in real estate projects to attract buyers and renters looking for distinctive living and working spaces.
3. Interior Design - Explore ways to incorporate stark and simple structures with a mix of heavy concrete and lightweight glass into interior design projects to create visually stunning and minimalist spaces.