Terminal 3 at Copenhagen Airport - designed by Vilhelm Lauritzen AS and completed in August 1998. Glass, steel, aluminum and granite is shaped as a flight's wing which perfectly compliments the Airport feeling.
Terminal 2 was opened in 1960. Once again Vilhelm Lauritzen AS stood behind the building that has been expanded and rebuilt several times. The terminal's simple design as a large and center-less building with inserted and replaceable floor slabs was selected in order that it should be possible to expand without stopping the building's operation. The terminal is one of the finest examples of Danish modernism.
Staircase at Terminal 2 at Copenhagen Airport.
Terminal 2 at Copenhagen Airport. This is the entrance by the new check-in area. In 2012 Terminal 2 was expanded by 1,400 additional squaremeters for the passengers and 12 new check-in desks.
Stairs at Terminal 2. Most of the floors at Copenhagen Airport is made from Padauk, Merbau or Jatoba. These kinds of wood are known to be strong and having a very long life - and in addition it has a warm glow.
The ceiling in some of the new offices in Terminal 2 at Copenhagen Airport.
Skylights at the check-in area in Terminal 2.
Insinde Terminal 3 at Copenhagen Airport. The significant number of 22 meter high pairs of columns that run through the building provides space for the light, creating a feeling that is almost monumental. The design also makes the great space uncluttered and easy to navigate in.
These beautiful birds are flying under the ceiling at gate D2, Pier D. These are created in glass by the Faroese artist Tróndur Patursson in cooperation with the Danish glass master Per Steen Hebsgaard. The glass has a third dimension because the light shines through and makes the colors vary throughout the day depending on sun's position.
Terminal 2 at Copenhagen Airport.
The stairs to the restrooms in Terminal 2 at Copenhagen Airport - right next to the 7-eleven.
Inside Terminal 3 at Copenhagen Airport. the triangular shape reflects the distribution of passengers with arriving passengers in the widest part, departing passengers in the middle of the triangle - and finally the tip above the train station platforms.
Inside Terminal 2 at Copenhagen Airport.
"Ready to Fly": 56 dancing or jumping children, who because of the light shadowing appears as many more. This piece of artwork at Copenhagen Airport is created by Raimo Veranen from Finland in 2001. Over the years it has become Raimo's trade mark. You'll find it at Pier D by gate D.