From an industrial zone to a residential area
Transformation of the Carlsberg plant in Copenhagen into a residential area. ADEPT architects.
Theodora House is built on the site of the original yeast warehouse and named after the daughter of the brewery's founder. Most of the new development is occupied by apartments.
The red brick was used for the mixed use, typical of industrial buildings from the early 20th century. The purpose of making the facade more interesting and dynamic is to use ornamentation and the curving brick form. The interior façade is white with a crate for climbing plants to cover the entire façade.