Dissing+Weitling takes gentle care of preservation-worthy buildings, converting them for use today, while preserving their relevance for the past.
Dissing+Weitling advise on all aspects of a renovation project – from the materials and building techniques of a time gone by, to how a specific building can meet the needs of users without losing its unique architectural and historical values.
Renovation of the cultural heritage
Our customers count several Danish cultural institutions and companies, including Novo Nordisk, Carlsberg, New Carlsberg Glyptotek, Danmarks Nationalbank, and the University of Copenhagen.
Experts in the architecture of Arne Jacobsen
Due to our company's unique heritage, we have sought-after specialist knowledge, both specifically in relation to the preservation of Arne Jacobsen’s designs and architecture, and generally in relation to traditional building materials and methods.
As Arne Jacobsen’s ’inheritors’, we provide architectural services and technical consultancy in connection with the renovation of the architectural masterpiece Danmarks Nationalbank.
Dissing+Weitling is responsible for preservation of the iconic greenhouses, which will have to be moved or demolished in connection with the building of the new Natural History Museum of Denmark.
The iconic Poelzig Ensemble has been preserved and its architectural values have been emphasised. Dissing+Weitling has integrated the building into the historical context and created optimal space for learning.