Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers



The Crowne Plaza hotel and conference center represents the first phase of Copenhagen Towers, an integrated hotel and office complex in Ørestad, located south of Copenhagen's historic city center.  


In addition to a cluster of new building structures, the work involved the conceptual design of reception areas, a restaurant, bar, lounge areas, and a flexible ballroom space for up to 800 people.  These common spaces are characterized by expressive, unfinished "V"-columns, which bear the guest room tower above while articulating and defining the street-level common spaces.


Guest rooms are fitted with custom furniture designed and produced locally.  Bathrooms are pre-fabricated off-site to architectural specifications as self-contained units, then dropped into place as the building is erected.


This hotel has the distinction of being the most "green" hotel in the world, due primarily to extensive photovoltaic cells integrated into the guest tower facade system as well as sustainable operational practices.


Todd Verwers



Todd Verwers Architects

AG5 / Adelgade 15  4. sal

DK-1304 Copenhagen K

+45 31682040

Todd Verwers Architects

2556 Navarra Drive,  Unit E

Carlsbad, California  92009

+1 858.866.4146

TVA is a collaborative global architectural practice based in the Nordic design tradition, whose work enriches the lives of a diverse range of clients with a sense of profound simplicity, discipline and grace.

About Todd Verwers

Todd Blake Verwers is a Scandinavian-American architect with strong connections to the Danish design tradition.  Trained at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts...  see more

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