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ATP Pakhuset

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26. June 2018

ATP Pakhuset

The building

Pakhuset is a company headquarters with about 650 workplaces, the last and latest in a series of large, solitary buildings on the west side of Langelinie pier. The architecture of the building is a contemporary interpretation of the historic harbour warehouses with a simple and rustic, yet highly detailed and textural appearance with brick as the principal motif.

Choice of floor solution

Our unique experience in the field of bespoke flooring solutions resulted here in an equally unique solution: extra long, extra narrow FSC-certified parquet strips in oak, laid in an elegant progression.It is a visually striking, but also highly durable floor, which also resulted in significantly reduced installation costs, because the parquet strips came ready-oiled, so did not require subsequent processing. It is a visual and top quality solution, in which anything unnecessary has been cut away. In our opinion, it was, and still is a great idea.

Name of Project
Langelinie Allé, 2100 København K, Danmark
Year of construction
Lundgaard & Tranberg
40 mm parquet staves, treated with natural oil
Wood species
Total m2 delivered

NB:The images of wood types are not grading images


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