Winner of Randers Municipality's Architecture Prize 2023.


Danish Crown was one of the well-deserved winners of Randers Municipality's Architecture Prize 2023. The building's roof is clad with our beautiful DS Nordic Click Seam profile in GreenCoat® steel from SSAB. Additionally, the construction is sustainability-certified with the DGNB Gold Heart, one of the finest sustainability certifications attainable in the construction industry.

It's an exceptionally impressive architectural achievement, and we're looking forward to showcasing many more pictures of this superb construction.

Randers Municipality writes about the winning project

Danish Crown has been awarded Randers Municipality's Architecture Prize for their new headquarters, serving as a high-quality example of how to construct  entirely new buildings on raw land while seamlessly integrating with the existing structures on the site.

Three office buildings fan out, gracefully following the descending terrain, and concurrently form an impressive interior glass-covered atrium that harmoniously connects the buildings into a unified whole.

The atrium is adorned with walkways, staircases, and the natural topography, all contributing to its striking amphitheater-like design. On the lower levels, the company's products are displayed, akin to shops in a town square, within this experiential atrium.

Every detail of the building has been meticulously designed, utilizing long-lasting materials, and the interplay of colors and wayfinding elements is well-executed. The expansive, well-lit atrium collectively fosters a conducive work environment while providing captivating vistas of Randers, set against a backdrop of vibrant fields in the foreground.

This headquarters elegantly narrates the story of an ambitious developer and their fruitful collaboration with the consultants.

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