Carlsberg - Lagerkælder 3
Gottlieb Paludan Architects completed the dialogue with the authorities and conducted scenario analysis for the transformation of the listed Lagerkælder 3 (literally “storage basement 3”) building in the Carlsberg area.
The building was designed by architect Svenn Eske Kristensen in 1969. It was originally used to store beer, which previously was done in basements, hence the name of the building. Each of the characteristic round, flat golden discs on the facade overlooking Pasteursvej represented a horizontal storage tank behind it.
The rebuilding replaced many of these golden discs with similarly large round windows to let in daylight to the new premises.
The ground floor of Lagerkælder 3 is laid out for shops and cafés.
The purpose of the project was to ensure that all tenancies are well lit throughout with bright surfaces and have access to and display windows facing both Bryggernes Plads and Pasteursvej.
Storeys 1–4 are organised into tenancies that can be used for office space, showrooms or similar ventures.