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今天辽宁35开奖67开奖: Valby Machinery Halls: Montagehallen / C.F. M?ller

  • 16:00 - 5 March, 2019
  • Curated by Paula Pintos
Valby Machinery Halls: Montagehallen / C.F. M?ller
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  • Landscape Architects

    C.F. M?ller, Sch?nherr
  • Client

    De Forenede Ejendomsselskaber (DFE), J?rgen Friis Poulsen
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Text description provided by the architects. The assembly hall is a former industrial hall, located on an old industrial site in Valby, which has now been transformed into the lively district of Valby Maskinfabrik. C.F. M?ller handled the transformation of Montagehallen (the Assembly Hall), where the original industrial expression has been preserved while filling the interior with modern commercial premises and homes, and also an event and community building.

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Courtesy of C.F. M?ller
Courtesy of C.F. M?ller
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The Assembly Hall is a listed building, and in connection with the conversion, C.F. M?ller also contributed an analysis of the conservation value of the hall. This value relates, among other things, to the hall's 200-metre long building volume, the fa?ade’s red-lead steel grating structure, infilled with panels of red brick, and the characteristic gable motif, denoted by the hall's curved roof and prism-shaped skylights.?

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In order to preserve the hall’s unique patina, the new commercial premises and the event and community building, located at opposite ends of the building, are insulated from the inside by a climate screen of glass. Behind the glass, you can still see traces of the hall's previous use. At each end of the hall, a new interior volume has been inserted, supported by an industrial steel structure in line with the building's original expression.

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In the middle section of the hall, where the residential units are located, a new set-back fa?ade has been built, ensuring good daylight conditions all the way through the apartments. With the help of a steel structure mounted on the new fa?ade, the cadence and the long, rhythmic flow of the original fa?ade are continued. The steel structure is also used to mount the balconies. Each residential unit has a balcony or ground-floor terrace, and a living room with a large west-facing glass section that spans the width of the entire room.

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Cite: "Valby Machinery Halls: Montagehallen / C.F. M?ller" 05 Mar 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed . <//> ISSN 0719-8884

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