Copenhagen Island Hotel
Architects: Kim Utzon Arkitekter
Contractors: Elindco Construction Company A/S
This project involved building a brand-new bright, friendly and welcoming hotel at the water’s edge in Copenhagen’s harbour district. The big, open rooms and large glass facades placed great demands on the acoustics of the hotel.
The chosen solution was to use Gyptone ceilings and Gyptone acoustic walls throughout the building. In the restaurant, the water frontage was covered with glass and steel, and as elsewhere Gyptone ceilings and Gyptone acoustic walls were installed inside.
The entire project required about 45,000 m2 of Gyproc plasterboards and some 2,500 m2 of Gyptone acoustic ceilings.