Carlsberg Headquaters

Customer case / Carlsberg Headquaters

Copper and history form the framework for a new headquaters

Architects: C. F. Møller Arkitekter
Client Consultant: EKJ Rådgivende Ingeniører
Contractor: Per Aarsleff A/S
Photographer: Adam Mørk

Although the production has been moved, Carlsberg’s new headquaters still exudes the spirit and style that the district has housed for several Carlsberg generations since 1847. In particular, the wall of copper slats signals a look back at the up to 175-year-old copper-decorated roofs of the Carlsberg City and the traditional brewery in copper kettles. Thus, the new building contains both history and modern office decor.

 

The headquater consists of facades with large glass sections, where Merkur Gardiner has been responsible for supplying and assembling 5,000 meters of textile. All curtain fabrics and blackout curtains are from our partner Kvadrat.

Solar Screening

Roller blinds

Vertical blinds

Blackout

Roman blinds

Pleated blinds

Panels

Venetian blinds

Eco-friendly curtains

Interior

Wallpaper

Carpets

Cushions

Upholstery fabrics

Shower curtains

Textiles

Curtain rails
and rods

Awnings

Patio and balcony awnings

Conservatory awnings

Window awnings

Side screens

Pergolas

Exterior screens

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Office decor

Hotel decor

Public institutions

Interior design

Acoustics

Horses

Cushions

Bedspreads

Bed dresses

Inside

Textiles

Solar Screening

Roller blinds

Vertical blinds

Blackout

Roman blinds

Pleated blinds

Panels

Venetian blinds

Eco-friendly blinds

Outside

Exterior screens

Awnings

Patio and balcony awnings

Conservatory awnings

Window awnings

Side screens

Pergolas

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Cleaning and maintaining

Guidance

Child safety

Elderly and disability-friendly solutions

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Mounting

Repair

Sewing

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