The Sphinx

It took 280 tons of steel to build the new luxury apartments on Copenhagen’s Islands Brygge. The 12-storey building known as “the Sphinx” was so-named because its basement, ground and first floors are the same shape as the body of the Sphinx, while the other storeys are built upwards.

Give Steel supplied and installed welded box girders and columns and grid structures to stiffen the multi-storey construction from first floor to 11th storey.

The 7,000 square metre building has a panoramic view over the city.

The Sphinx

It took 280 tons of steel to build the new luxury apartments on Copenhagen’s Islands Brygge. The 12-storey building known as “the Sphinx” was so-named because its basement, ground and first floors are the same shape as the body of the Sphinx, while the other storeys are built upwards.

Give Steel supplied and installed welded box girders and columns and grid structures to stiffen the multi-storey construction from first floor to 11th storey.

The 7,000 square metre building has a panoramic view over the city.