LOCATION

Københavns Lufthavn, Kastrup

CLIENT

Københavns Lufthavn

BUILDING PERIOD

2006-2007

PARTNERS

Holm & Grut Arkitekter

In 2006 it was decided to establish a new centralised security check at Copenhagen Airport. This to ensure both an increasedcapacity and more flexibility and providing a reduction of the waiting time for the passengers. This centralised security check is being placed in the old arrival terminal situated between the existing security checkpoints at Terminal 2 and Terminal 3.

The characteristic old arrival terminal with the characteristic pyramidshaped roofs was erected in the seventies as a provisional installation to ensure the capacity of the airport while political decisions of the Airport of whether the airport should be moved to the nearby island Saltholm or remain in Kastrup were taken.

As we all know the Airport is still lies in Kastrup and the building is still standing, now containing the duty-free shops and connecting Terminal 2 and 3.

Tocreate the space for the new central security check, the northern bay will be replaced by a three storey building that – to create the necessary floor area of 5,500 m2 – is cantilevered 12m over the road in front of the building.

The existing balconies will guide the passengers from the check-in counters at Terminal 2 and Terminal 3 to the central security check, placed in a large airy room with a pleasant indoor climate.

Subsequent to the security check, the passengers are lead directly to the duty-free area and can now spread out to all the many fingers and lounges of the airport.

LOCATION

Københavns Lufthavn, Kastrup

CLIENT

Københavns Lufthavn

BUILDING PERIOD

2006-2007

PARTNERS

Holm & Grut Arkitekter


Enghave Station

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Railway Bridges at Kopmannebro, Sweden

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Mestervig Airport

The AFIS Tower built in Mestersvig Airport in Northeast Greenland in 1977, was a special challenge as it had to be built in just 3 months during the summer time to late October. The tower was designed as “builder’s element kit” which had to be transported to Mestersvig Airport by the one ship that arrived to the East coast every summer.

Service Centre – Hundige, Denmark

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Baldersbrønde Pedestrian Steel Bridge

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Pedestrian Bridges, Gladsaxe Ring Road And Fredericia

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CPH CSC Phase II

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Path and Road Bridges for the Inner Harbour in Copenhagen

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Lille Langebro

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“Hærvejsbroen” – Viborg Banebro

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Dalbro - Tvis Å

Dalbro – Tvis Å

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TP30 Ringstedbanen

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Odins Bridge

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6 Bridges To The Island Of The New Opera House, CPH

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North River Bridge, Thule

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