Brisac Gonzalez Unveils Copenhagen Museum Design

28 October 2010 (Last Updated October 28th, 2010 18:30)

International architecture firm Brisac Gonzalez has unveiled the design proposals for the new Museum of Copenhagen in Denmark. The facility will be housed in a former Christian IV Brewery, built in the 17th century. The design involves removing the top two floors in the

International architecture firm Brisac Gonzalez has unveiled the design proposals for the new Museum of Copenhagen in Denmark.

The facility will be housed in a former Christian IV Brewery, built in the 17th century.

The design involves removing the top two floors in the brewery, exposing the roof.

New ramps will be built between columns in the interior while an external core will be added in the north of the 8,000m² brick and wood building.

The owners the Palace and Properties Agency will submit a formal application for funding for the facility, before the planning application is made, according to bdonline.co.uk.