Exploring the OC brand’s design portfolio means discovering a wealth of captivating projects from various sectors, including office spaces, conference facilities, hospitality venues, and cultural institutions. Here, we showcase some of our most interesting global projects and references from these diverse areas, providing a testament to our design expertise.
Chairman at the Royal Danish Opera
Denmark's national opera is a Copenhagen landmark and a symbol of the city's vibrant cultural scene. The Opera provides a backdrop for human interaction, both before and after the final curtain. In the foyer of the opera, guests can relax in Henrik Tengler's classic design, the Chairman.
Salto & Sigsgaard’s World Renowned Council Chair is Refined for New Hospital
Organically shaped Danish design from House of Finn Juhl – Onecollection and colourful paintings, digital artworks, mosaics, and relics by Danish artist Erik A. Frandsen set the ambiance and generate a beautiful setting for patients, personnel, and relatives at the regional hospital in Gødstrup, Denmark.
The Restauration and Refurnishing of the Trusteeship Council Chamber at the UN Headquarters
On April 25th, 2013, the Trusteeship Council Chamber at the United Nations Headquarters in New York was inaugurated after a thorough renovation. The chamber underwent an extensive renovation and refurnishing, breathing new life into the iconic space. The chamber, which was designed by Finn Juhl, was originally inaugurated in 1952.
New York, USA
The Furnishing of Hvinningdal Church
Hvinningdal Church is situated on top of a hill, serving as a landmark in the open green landscape. The church is designed as a single-story angular building that forms two distinct spaces – a sheltered, southeast-facing arrival square that embraces “the near,” and a viewpoint square that faces towards the horizon, capturing “the distant,” providing room for contemplation and reflection.
A Modern Classic at Restaurant Møntergade
At the intersection where the streets Gammel Mønt and Møntergade, in the historic part of Copenhagen, meet, you'll find Restaurant Møntergade. Here, guests embark on a gastronomic journey that strikes a balance between tradition and innovation.
Restaurant Møntergade interprets the fine dining experience through classic craftsmanship and rejuvenated flavors. The restaurant welcomes you into minimalist and beautiful surroundings where the focus is on delivering an exceptional dining experience.
The Complete Furnishing of the Sino-Danish Center for Education and Research
The first pen strokes in the creation of the House of the Danish Industry Foundation were drawn in 2010 when Denmark hosted an architectural competition by invitation. It was a condition that the proposed building should be in accordance with Danish values and standards and show respect for the inspiring Chinese environment. The competition was won by Lundgaard & Tranberg Architects in cooperation with COWI. The complete furnishing was done by OneCollection.
The Brewer’s Yard: The New Carlsberg Foundation
The transformation of one of the most iconic addresses in all of Copenhagen to a well-functioning domicile for the New Carlsberg Foundation. The architects Kasper Salto and Thomas Sigsgaard were granted full autonomy to rework the five floors of the former brewery, New Carlsberg.
Classic Architecture and Contemporary Corporate Environment at Dehn’s Mansion
Dehn's Mansion is a classical Copenhagen building that is worthy of preservation. It resides as the neighbor to the Marble Church and Amalienborg. Today, the building houses a philanthropic foundation and has been carefully designed to balance the richness of detail and historical architecture with the needs of modern business life.
Oxford University: A Department by Herzog & de Meuron
Oxford University, renowned for its academic excellence, has expanded its campus with the addition of a beautifully designed department. The Swiss architectural firm Herzog & de Meuron is the creative force behind this striking architectural masterpiece, which features expansive floor-to-ceiling windows, enhancing the beauty of the Oxford campus.
United Kingdom, Oxford
Highlight: Gødstrup Regional Hospital
Organically shaped Danish design from House of Finn Juhl – Onecollection and colourful paintings, digital artworks, mosaics, and relics by Danish artist Erik A. Frandsen set the ambiance and generate a beautiful setting for patients, personnel, and relatives at the regional hospital in Gødstrup, Denmark. The 375-meter-long foyer pays tribute to Danish furniture and art while introducing a new standard for hospital design.