Vilhelm Lauritzen - Selected Buildings

Selected Buildings

  • Daells Varehus, Copenhagen, Denmark (with Frits Schlegel, 1933 )
  • Radiohuset, Frederiksberg, Denmark (1936–41)
  • Copenhagen Airport terminal (1937–1939)
  • Gladsaxe Town Hall, Gladsaxe, Denmark (1937)
  • Folkets Hus, Copenhagen, Denmark (1935–56)
  • Terminal 3, Copenhagen Airport, Copenhagen, Denmark (1995)
  • Shell House, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Embassy of Denmark in Washington, D.C., Washington, D.C., USA (1960)

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