At the eastern end of the waterfront, the DLG Tower stands out. The building is both old and new.
Originally, the idea was to preserve the old DLG grain silo. However, LE34 performed a 3D scan of the entire silo for A. Enggaard and, using this, prepared a basis for design and an addendum to the local development plan. As a result, permission was given to demolish the old building and rebuild it using the original silos. To cut a long story short, the original dimensions of the silo were preserved, ensuring that the building remains a landmark in the area, but the entire structure and materials are new.
And the design by C. F. Møller Architects is modern and meticulously planned.
There will be owner-occupied apartments with a view over the harbour and fiord in the DLG Tower and rented accommodation and social housing for young people in the building behind the tower.