Modernity meets tradition
Welcome to our headquarters at Strandgade in Copenhagen, where the past meets the future in an architectural masterpiece.
Crafted by the renowned Danish architect Henning Larsen, the Christiansbro buildings blend innovation with the local environment. The award-winning, iconic glass buildings were constructed between 1996 and 2000, and are praised for setting new standards in innovative office design that seamlessly integrates with the surroundings.
Our workspace is thoughtfully designed to inspire creativity and collaboration with plenty of room for everyone. Discover quiet alcoves for quick coffee breaks or spontaneous conversations with colleagues. Need a space for focused discussions? Our dedicated meeting rooms are perfect for bringing your ideas to life. And when it’s time to recharge, there’s always a variety of beverages you can enjoy with the breathtaking waterfront view of Christianshavn.
At our headquarters, you won’t just be joining a modern workplace; you’ll be immersing yourself in a unique blend of architectural excellence and historical charm. We invite you to become a part of our story, where tradition and innovation harmoniously coexist in the heart of Christianshavn.
When you think of Copenhagen’s iconic neighbourhoods, Christianshavn is undoubtedly on the list. This man-made island, founded by King Christian IV in the 17th century, draws inspiration from the charming canal cities of the Netherlands, such as Amsterdam. As you stroll through Christianshavn’s picturesque streets, you’ll feel a deep connection to the historical roots of this unique area.
Throughout much of the 20th century, Christianshavn was a humble working-class district, facing the looming threat of demolition. However, the 1970s ushered in a renaissance for the neighbourhood, with ambitious restoration plans ensuring the preservation of its historic buildings. Today, Christianshavn has evolved into one of Copenhagen’s most coveted places to call home – a home we are proud to share with our colleagues.