Scandinavian firm CF Møller's state-of-the-art research facility in Copenhagen is a sculptural embellishment for the city's architectural makeup. The 15-storey Maersk Tower is a part of the University of Copenhagen's Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences. The building fulfills a number of functions, including providing a place for research and classes, conference auditoriums and spaces for meetings.
CF Møller's design for the state-of-the-art research facility boasts a star-shaped base, as well as a curved facade that is clad with "perforated metal louvers." The magnitude of the Maersk Tower surely makes a statement when observed in the context of surrounding architecture. The structure is intended to act as a "sculptural linchpin" and, as far as visual perception goes, CF Møller has reached the desired effect.
Photo Credits: Adam Moerk
CF Møller's Maersk Tower Has a Star-Shaped Base
1. Sculptural Architecture - Opportunities for creating visually striking and unique buildings that serve multiple functions.
2. State-of-the-art Research Facilities - Innovation in designing technologically advanced research centers with cutting-edge features and amenities.
3. Perforated Metal Louvers - Utilizing perforated metal screens for architectural design to provide shading, ventilation, and a distinctive visual element.
1. Architecture and Design - Opportunities for architects to push the boundaries of creativity and functionality.
2. Higher Education - Advancements in creating research facilities that enhance learning and collaboration at universities and colleges.
3. Construction and Building Materials - Demand for specialized materials, such as perforated metal panels, for architectural projects that focus on aesthetics and functionality.