18 apartments and 7 shops
Kay Fisker and C.F. Møller
The building was at the time called ‘The Sandwich Cake house’ due to the distinct two alternating layers of yellow and red brick. Later, it got the name ‘The Iron’ because of its shape seen from above: the block consists of two wings gathering in a point at the one end. The one wing facing the lake has six floors, the other wing holds five. Due to the uneven terrain the levels of the block shift, so that the windows in the one wing intersect with the brick façade of the other wing. The building houses 18 apartments and originally seven shops.