The Day-Care Centre designed by Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter is located in Skanderborggade, Copenhagen, Denmark. The building design is the result of the authorities’ planning regulations and the call for the greatest possible connection between the outdoor areas of the ground and roof plans, taking optimal advantage of site’s sun orientation. The building consists of two planes which extend to the boundaries of the site. One plane forms the ground terrain covering the contaminated ground, a second forms the roof. The ground terrain surface is folded upwards in such a way that it forms a hill or slope between the ground and roof.