As an extension to the headquarters of Danish Red Cross, the Volunteer House is directly connected to the existing main entrance, thus creating a common entrance to the entire Red Cross.
Shaped as a triangle with a spectacular accessible roof surface, the Volunteer House is designed with the ambition to invite people in, and to encourage passersby to enter and explore. The façade gives the building a distinctive architectural expression, making it an iconic building that both relates to and reinterprets its surroundings. 
The building contains a flexible interior lay-out, making room for both workshops, exhibitions, lectures and much more. 

Photo credits: Rasmus Hjortshoj – COAST
Countries: DENMARK
Categories: MIXED USE
Designer: COBE
Status: Completed
Inaugurazione: 2018
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