DANISH BROADCASTING CORPORATION Copenhagen, Denmark
DR City consists of four different buildings, each one characterising the city with its own architectural style. The large media house accommodates approx. 3,000 employees distributed over 132,000 m2. It contains news and film studios, a large canteen, around 100 meeting rooms, radio studios and facilities that are able to form the framework for a meeting or a quick creative exchange of ideas. At the centre of DR city is the beautiful 180-meter long and bright “Inner Street”, which is inspired by a middle eastern “Kasbah” and serves as a meeting place and an entrance hall to the buildings. The Danish Broadcasting Corporation was founded in 1925, and the first employees moved in to the newly constructed DR City in 2006. It is an iconic, modern and architectural building, where the culture of the company has been integrated through the interior design of the furniture and the many creative areas.