E/F Enghavecentret was originally built in the 1970’s as a hotel. Due to the oil crises the building was quickly transformed into private apartments, offices and retail.
The current building program consist of a supermarket in the high plinth base and two residential blocks on top.
For many years the building was poorly maintained, and the structure had a series of flaws leaving the apartments almost impossible to keep at a comfortable temperature during the winter months. As a result, the large energy consumption was very problematic.
The starting point of the project was to reduce energy consumption by improving the building envelope. The existing concrete floor structure continued through the exterior facade and formed the floor of the balconies, creating a thermal bridge and causing extensive heat loss.
The strategy was to expand the interior space to include the balconies as part of the new facade system, while eliminating the thermal bridge.
On top of the supermarket a roof garden will create a shared recreational space for the residents.
2014 - 2018
Tue Hesselberg Foged, Sinus Lynge, Gitte Juul Sørensen, Anders Hjortnæs, Dana Cherepkova, Elzbieta Paszkowicz, Evgeny Markachev, Filipa Pita, Gorka Calzada Medina, Inger Holhweg, Martin Trolle, Peter Kofod Bentsen, Pia Phanaphet, Trine Ivarsen, Urzula Chomiak, Virginie Le Goffic