The Royal Danish Playhouse
The Royal Danish Theatre’s playhouse is located at the edge of the city towards two of Copenhagen’s finest, historic urban areas. The architectural main concept submits to the scale, proportions and materiality of the area’s buildings and urban space, making the playhouse a natural and rewarding part of the whole. The oak board promenade seizes the surrounding city, lifting itself above quayside and accesses the large foyer of the theatre which functions as a public space, opening the playhouse towards the harbour. The tiles and brick bond used are - just as the red theatre chair - developed and designed by Lundgaard & Tranberg especially for the playhouse.
Information provided in part by: Lundgaard & Tranberg Architects