The new FIH domicile has a unique and central location at Langelinie, with downtown Copenhagen within walking distance and Oresund practically on its doorstep.
The facades give the building an ever changing appearence. It is composed of reddish brick tiles alternating with equally tall window openings - equal in numbers. A matching number of alu shutters move in front of the windows and blinds open or close, depending on the amount of sunlight - or the decision of the individual behind the window.
The building is a light, transparent and contemporary construction. It may be conceived as a transparent crystal with large, open cuts that are used as sources of natural light and green garden spaces.
All offices are oriented towards the view and the daylight, as they have either a window in the facade or onto one of the garden spaces.
The office floors consist of a varied mixture of large open-plan offices and single-occupancy office units forming clusters around tall, open staircases that are lit by cascades of light from above.
A spectacular piece of light-art changes it's colors slowly, following a preprogrammed scheme, only interrupted by the movements of the elevators.