Axel Towers is a landmark in Copenhagen designed by Danish architect firm Lundgaard & Tranberg. Situated in a prime location opposite Tivoli Gardens, it’s comprised of five tubular towers of varying heights merged together, with the talest measuring 61 meters high. The façade is clad in Tombac, an alloy of copper and zinc that makes the towers glistens in the sun. There’s a rooftop sky bar on the 10th floor, an elevated garden in the middle of the towers, as well as shops, cafés and restaurants on the ground floor on all sides. In one of the primary buildings is an enormous auditorium with unique seats customised by Engelbrechts – crafted in Sørensen Leather. Five years in the making, the official opening was initiated by Crown Prince Frederik.

Axel Towers by Lundgaard & Tranberg. Inside are seats by Engelbrechts crafted in Sørensen Leather. Photo Thomas Rockall Muus

Axel Towers by Lundgaard & Tranberg. Inside are seats by Engelbrechts crafted in Sørensen Leather. Photo Jens Lindhe

Axel Towers by Lundgaard & Tranberg. Inside are seats by Engelbrechts crafted in Sørensen Leather. Photo Jens Lindhe

Axel Towers by Lundgaard & Tranberg. Seats by Engelbrechts crafted in Sørensen Leather

Axel Towers by Lundgaard & Tranberg. Inside are seats by Engelbrechts crafted in Sørensen Leather. Photo @andreas_mariotti

Axel Towers by Lundgaard & Tranberg. Inside are seats by Engelbrechts crafted in Sørensen Leather Photo Thomas Rockall Muus

Axel Towers by Lundgaard & Tranberg. Inside are seats by Engelbrechts crafted in Sørensen Leather Photo Thomas Rockall Muus

Axel Towers by Lundgaard & Tranberg. Seats by Engelbrechts crafted in Sørensen Leather

Axel Towers by Lundgaard & Tranberg. Seats by Engelbrechts crafted in Sørensen Leather

Axel Towers by Lundgaard & Tranberg. Inside are seats by Engelbrechts crafted in Sørensen Leather Photo Jens Lindhe

Axel Towers in Copenhagen by Danish architect firm Lundgaard & Tranberg