Panum / Mærsk Tower
The Mærsk Building is an innovative and architectural tower designed for the University of Copenhagen as an extension of The Faculty of Health and sciences.
The purpose of this project is to facilitate world-class research within fields crucial for the future treatment of cancer, dementia, diabetes, heart disease and allergies. The research has been ensured by developing this new and modern tower with innovative architecture, 24.700 m2 laboratories, offices, shared facilities, 18.000 m2 foyer, canteen, auditoria and classrooms.
Labflex A/S is proud of being a part of this project by designing, producing and installing laboratories for the 14-floor building. Having completed this project, Labflex A/S has been collaborating closely with Copenhagen University, The Danish Building and Property Agency, the architectural firm C.F Moeller and the main subcontractors.
Architect: C.F. Møller
Client: The Danish Building and Property Agency
Laboratory type: Education
Laboratory system: VisionLab