Novonesis Innovation Campus has been selected as a finalist for the Architizer A+ Awards 2024

Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects has been nominated for the Architizer A+ Award with the project Novonesis Innovation Campus, formerly known as Chr. Hansen Innovation Campus. The new campus has been selected as one of five finalists in the 'Factories and Warehouses' category.

Novonesis Innovation Campus, formerly known as Chr. Hansen Innovation Campus is one of only five nominated for one of the world's most recognized architecture awards, the Architizer A+ Award in the 'Factories and Warehouses' category. For 12 years, the Architizer A+ Awards have celebrated world-leading architecture, with an international jury choosing five finalists in each category. A 12-day public voting period has now begun, and everyone can vote until May 10, 2024.

The Novonesis Innovation Campus is a modern center for innovation, knowledge-sharing and customer support as well as an inspiring and efficient workplace. It is designed for Novonesis, a global bioscience company, serving food, dairy, beverage, nutritional and agricultural industries. 

The keywords of the new campus is well-functioning, understated extravagance. It interprets classic Danish modernism in a contemporary way through clear tectonics, easy wayfinding and high-end materials inside out, such as oak and natural stone – all with a high level of detailing. The new functions include a dairy, laboratories, a customer-support center, auditorium, meeting spaces, offices and a canteen.

Situated in a forest in a 1960’s masterplan by Arne Jacobsen, the Innovation Campus now harmonise with the beautiful surroundings and showcase how an extension can turn worn-down, mono-functional buildings into a coherent innovation hub by interweaving new functions. This reduced both demolition and the gross-area; thus minimising climate imprint. 

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