Advice - House. C.F. Møller. Photo: Julian Weyer

Advice - House

Advice House is the first completed building in the Lysholt Park, a new business-park north of Vejle, and is with its proximity to the motorway designated to act as landmark and eye-catcher for the entire development.
 Advice - House. C.F. Møller. Photo: Julian Weyer


Lysholt Erhverv A/S


Vejle, Denmark


5,000 m² domicil




Byggeselskabet Paulsen


Orbicon (formerly Leif Hansen Rådgivende Ingeniører A/S)


C.F. Møller Architects


C.F. Møller Architects

Collaborators, other

Supplier: Alumeco A/S (Futtes byggeservice)

C.F. Møller Architects have developed two office-projects, Advice House and Lysholt Tower, for the client Lysholt Erhverv A/S. Both projects employ a simple, yet visually strong cladding with an unusual, colour-changing appearance. The Advice House interior is an open and flexible office layout, where various tenants share the same large space, which offers dramatic perspectives and angles. The building's unusual geometry makes for a dramatic and changing appearance when driving by on the motorway, and this mutability in form and shadows is further heightened by the colouring and texturing of the facades, designed to catch the light. The cladding-strips are composed of a 'random' sequence of a total of 13 differently proportioned cladding panels, some of which are folded diagonally to create a triangulated pattern. The cladding panels are made from aluminium with a special colour pigmentation that offers changing colour effects with highlights and interesting colour gradients, depending on the viewing angle and the angle of the sun. Thus, the building never appears in quite the same way, and the effect is especially striking when passing by on the motorway.

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