The cars are parked behind exciting and beautiful facades
We are busy turning multi-storey car parks around Denmark into architectural pearls.
It has become more and more common to build multi-storey car parks as an alternative to the expensive underground parking facilities. And this offers an opportunity to make the townscape more exiting with facades made from materials such as expanded aluminium, perforated steel or expanded corten steel and often in combination with green elements like climbing plants. The multi-storey car parks appear elegant and transparent and are functional as well as aesthetic.
In later years we have experienced an increasing demand for our special expertise within sheet metal facades for multi-storey car parks. Our Construction department works with these solutions and sheet metal structures with a special focus on innovative solutions. Our success comes down to our concentrating on developing optimum solutions for our customers. Our starting point is close dialogue with our customers, our competent employees and our business partners as early in the process as possible. We build up long standing partnerships with customers by delivering the service which creates the highest value for the customers and – through early involvement – adds considerable value to the projects.
We built the multi-storey car park at Herlev Hospital in expanded sheet aluminium which is anodized into a dark bronze shade and which fits the facades of the rest of the new part of the hospital beautifully. By angling and staggering the expanded sheet metal plates we have created an organic façade which appears differently from different angles. The new car park has been placed south of the new emergency department and will be surrounded by green areas. In order to create a soft and organic passage from the green landscape surrounding the car park, the green element will also become an integrated part of the car park. Evergreen plants climbing the façade will create a green base.
A fine example of how to turn a multi-storey car park into an architectural pearl.