Case: The Maersk Building – Copenhagen University
The extension to the Panum institute of the Copenhagen University was designed by architects from CF Møller. With its organic forms, the fifteen storey tall building signals power and innovation, but is also adapted to the existing Panum complex through its colour scheme, rhythm and gravity.
The facade is built up in the form of a grid structure of storey-high window fields that break up the building’s large scale. The building will be heated by Hudevad Care Lignum hygienic radiator systems, which are built into the concrete elements which make up part of the building’s façade. This solution was worked out in cooperation between architects from CF Møller and technicians from Hudevad Care and provide the most hygienic heating solution by the most uniquely discrete hygiene radiator system on the market – Hudevad Care Lignum.