Neroport is an extension to the existing Ferring building featuring a tall, narrow tower that makes the building stand out as one of the most remarkable silhouettes in Ørestad City, Copenhagen.
Together with the existing building, the two volumes of the new building constitute an architectural whole and the characteristic louvred facades are in harmony with the original Ferring building designed by Henning Larsen Architects in 2001.
The complex is united in a three-floor base, which constitutes the gathering heart of the building. The ground floor of the building features a café and other inviting functions that open up the building towards the city and create an attractive environment around Kay Fisker’s Square.
Neroport is a building in which visionary architecture and beautiful surroundings are combined with rational functionalism and sustainable thinking.