Gallery: Middelfart Savings in Denmark Banks on Energy Efficiency


Banks aren’t often known for their architecture these days, but the Middlefart Savings Bank is making a name for itself in the small Danish harbor town. The grand roof is covered in 83 prism-like skylights, which drawn an abundance of natural light into the bank and courtyard below. Heating and cooling for the bank’s interior is provided through a radiant floor system and technology developed at the Danish Technical University. This energy-efficient bank, designed by 3XN, is adding up to be more than just a place to keep your money.

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1 Comment

  1. homsar315 April 22, 2010 at 1:13 pm

    the architecture looks beautiful, but i can’t stop laughing for some reason…

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