Toldbodgade 12

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Toldbodgade 12
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The warehouse in 2015
Toldbodgade 12
General information
Location Copenhagen, Denmark
Coordinates 55°40′49.58″N12°35′31.76″E / 55.6804389°N 12.5921556°E / 55.6804389; 12.5921556
Inaugurated1807

Toldbodgade 12 is a listed warehouse at Toldbodgade 12 in central Copenhagen, Denmark.

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History

The warehouse was built for a merchant named From 1807. Poul Kjærgaard's architectural firm was based in the building from 1964 to 1984. He was a professor at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts' School of Architecture from 1953 to 82. [1] The building was listed by the Danish Heritage Agency in the Danish national registry of protected buildings in 1959. [2]

Architecture

The building consists of four storeys and is five bays wide. It has a one-bay wall dormer with the remain of a hoist. The windows have shutters.

Today

The Danish Board of Technology Foundation has been based in the building. [3] In 2017, the organization moved to Hvidovre. [4] Other tenants include Better Collective and Yellowsunmedia.

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References

  1. "Toldbodgade 12" (in Danish). indenforvoldene.dk. Retrieved 28 November 2016.
  2. "Sag: Toldbodgade 12" (in Danish). Kulturstyrelsen. Retrieved 28 November 2016.
  3. "About DBT Foundation" (in Danish). Teknologirådet. Retrieved 28 November 2016.
  4. "Enhedsvisning".