Located just around the corner from a small beach cove off the Copenhagen harbor, Pollux offers some of the finest waterfront living in Copenhagen. The building is located in the middle of an urban city life on Islands Brygge, green areas on Amager Fælled and proximity to the water. In front of the building runs a harbor promenade that connects Pollux with the more urban part of Islands Brygge to the north and the sandy beach and Nokken to the south.
The facade is made of recycled brick, which makes the building's expression beautiful and vibrant. The building is shaped like a square with the breakthrough towards the water with good opportunities to stay and look at the harbor.
Havnebryggen is a new urban district with identity, social cohesion and life between the houses on Islands Brygge.
Henning Larsen has developed a design manual for Pension Danmark in connection with the establishment of the new district in Copenhagen, Havnebryggen, where they own five large plots.
The design manual's focus is on the connection between Pension Danmark's large plots - as a combined area with a completely unique location, but also contains very large scale jumps from plot to plot. The principles stated in the design manual are coordinated in relation to the premises of the local plan.