DTU Building 116 - workplace design. C.F. Møller. Photo: Kontraframe

DTU Building 116 - workplace design

DTU's auditorium building 116, designed by Eva and Nils Koppel, was built in the 1970s and transformed to support contemporary teaching methods while respecting the original architecture. By programming functional requirements and involving the building's users, an attractive study environment has been created, where the building has been opened and the flow optimised.
 DTU Building 116 - workplace design. C.F. Møller. Photo: Kontraframe


DTU Campusservice


Kongens Lyngby


8,400 m²



Client consultant

C.F. Møller Architects


Workplace Design: C.F. Møller Architects


Malene Bach

Collaborators, other

Lightscapes, CCO Arkitekter

Building 116 has been designed with a special focus on supporting the students' needs and use of the building. A mapping of the versatile use scenarios has made functionality a contributing factor in the choice of furniture, which meets the desired flexibility in the use of the building for both study environment, teaching, and several types of events.

Workplace Design

Budget management and project management for coordination of inventory purchases for all areas. Selection and procurement of loose furnishings for teaching and common areas that support student needs and ergonomics.

Process Consultancy & User Involvement

Execution of limited pre-design with a focus on the preparation of stakeholder analysis and process design, as well as related process planning.

Preparation of stakeholder analysis, overall data collection and facilitation of user process.

Preparation of functional analyses of the building to support different forms of teaching, capacity assessments, etc.

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