Gallery: C. F. Møller’s Colorful New Copenhagen School Takes A Nod from...

Sølvgade School, built in 1847 near the historic naval barracks in Nyboder, Copenhagen was in need of an overhaul. C. F. Møller Architects started with a major renovation of the historic building and then added a new wing, essentially doubling the school’s size to 4500 square meters.

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  1. lazyreader August 23, 2011 at 8:07 am

    This building looks like my elementary school cubby. Scratch that. It looks more like a prison, thanks in part to that array of slotted windows, it’s blank expressionless facade, street signs, jersey barriers and fencing. Compared to the buildings next it and the one behind it which are beautiful. After all I suppose, what better way to deter crime than to be incarcerated here.

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