Torvehallerne is an indoor market place on Israels Plads in the center of Copenhagen. The 7000 squared meter market place consists of two halls enriched with 31 plane trees covered by beautiful steel structures. The emphasis of the project was to unify inside and outside and become a green oasis in the city surrounding it. The market hall houses more than 60 stands selling fresh food and specialties.
The project is designed by Arkitekturværkstedet and architects MAA Birgitte Bülow, Henrik Jahn and Lars Møller with Krabbenhøft & Ingolfsson as consulting engineers.
Static verification of the main steel structure.
The market opened in 2011.
Visit the market website for more information here.
Images courtesy of Arkitekturværkstedet.