Dissing+Weitling has designed a flexible headquarters that promotes the needs of the construction company for knowledge sharing and development at the workplace. The layout varies from open office environments and casual meeting rooms to quiet offices.
- Søborg, Denmark
- 1998 - 2000
- MT Højgaard
- Steensen & Varming
- 8,385 m²
The corporate domicile in Søborg, in Greater Copenhagen, consists of two parallel office wings connected by a large atrium. We have arranged the workspaces, so they meet different employee needs, with a combination of open office environments, meeting rooms and quiet offices. The variation accommodates collaboration, immersion and casual meetings.
The office wings have direct views into the glass-roofed atrium from all floors, and the space extends to the full height of the building. With its library, teaching facilities, reception, canteen and lounge, the atrium unifies the shared functions and is a natural gathering point for employees and visitors. A terraced garden and daylight from above give character and life to the office building. In addition, a gym and parking facilities are located in the basement.
The office building has proved its worth
Since 2000, MT Højgaard has utilised the building's flexible layout regularly to create new departments and functions. MT Højgaard vacated in 2016, and today the building is domicile for Beierholm, a firm of auditors.