Skudehavnsvej 1, Nordhavn, København

About venue

THEKRANE is an aesthetic sanctuary in the rugged industrial landscape on the outskirts of Nordhavn - one of the capital's last ports to undergo transformation. Developed by visionary owner Klaus Kastbjerg and architect Mads Møller from Arcgency, the concept is based on the crane's former function and history as a coal crane. The unusual multi-storey building includes a reception on the ground floor, meeting rooms on the first floor, a spa and terrace on the second floor, and hotel rooms with a lounge and terrace on the top floor. Hotel rooms can also be booked as meeting rooms. 

Leather, wood, stone and steel are some of the materials used in furniture, design and decoration. Furnishings are tailor-made to concept and size, showcasing Danish craftsmanship. All of this reflects the Danish philosophy of "less is more" luxury, which is to eliminate all extraneous things. With its unusual industrial structure, THEKRANE offers unconventional luxury that is both refined and down-to-earth; raw and refined. The black color is a reference to coal and a nod to the crane's past. Meanwhile, black interiors play an important role in reducing visual distractions. The subdued, dark environment and large picture windows frame the stunning views of Copenhagen and the sea.


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