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Frøsiloen

Gemini Residences
Copenhagen, Denmark

Officially named the Gemini Residence but more commonly referred to as the Frøsiloen, this structure is composed of 84 luxury apartments housed inside two former soybean silos, in the Islands Brygge, that once belonged to the World War II-era Dansk Soyakagefabrik, a soybean processing plant. The silos, built in 1963, were revamped by architects from Rotterdam-based MVRDV. The apartments are actually housed inside two glass-walled structures that coil around the outside of the silos, allowing the original architecture of the silos to remain intact. Each silo has its own atrium and glass elevators.

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