The apartments are expressed as a series of massive volumes of dark red brick, which shelter the building from the parking areas. Large overhanging roofs are a dominant feature of the existing center’s architecture, and similarly in the new wing a large roof floats above the bright spaces containing circulation and common areas towards the south. They form a central room, subtly subdivided by a brick core with fireplace and chimney that creates smaller niches in the space.
Client: Pindstrup Centret
Address: Abelonelundvej, Middelfart, Denmark
Architect: C.F. Møller Architects
Contractor: K. G. Hansen
Size: 1340 m2
Awards: Middelfart Municipality Architecture Award 2012
Photographer. Kristine Mengel