Brørup Sparekasse that located in Fredericia, Denmark, was designed by schmidt hammer lassen architects. Within a program to develop a new corporate identity, Brørup Sparekasse wanted to update its image in the local community and among employees, and to attract new customers. The aim was to create a building that merges values and service, representing a high level of innovation both aesthetically and functionally.
The three level building comprises an urban plaza to the east, which flows into the main building and entrance, at which point the façade is inwardly inclined. The opposite end the building culminates in a drive-in feature, designed as a dynamic shape in synergy with the sculptural expression of the building.
The building is characterised by a subtle puzzle-like pattern of solid forms in DuPontTM Corian® providing a homogeneous external façade that makes the Brørup Sparekasse elegantly stand out in the area.