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“Wolf of Copenhagen” is an impressive 45 metre high art piece that has in a few years become an iconic landmark for Copenhagen. It can be seen from both land, sea and air when arriving at the airport. Because of its size, heritage and location, to me the S2-building is the ‘heart’ of Refshaleøen. In the old days, ships were built here – today the wolf gazes over the many festival-go’ers at Copenhell and other events. The wolf symbolises the raw and unpolished atmosphere, which is a strong component of Refshaleøen’s DNA.
Right next to our office at precisely 8 o’clock every day a cannon goes off while the Danish flag is being hoisted. There’s something historic and fantastic about starting a day in that manner—you almost feel like saluting, when you hear the ‘bang’.
Poul R. Andersen
One of our biggest buildings on Refshaleøen is called S2. In the earlier days, the B&W-workers used to build massive ships in there; personally, I don’t think you’ll get a better view of Copenhagen than the one from the top of S2.
While growing up in Amager I spent many hours at Amager Strand and the harbour of Kastrup, and it’s always been a challenge to have so few boat sites. The Yacht Factory is a wonderful idea that provides more Copenhageners the opportunity to sail (and even store their boats in the winter). The founder, Tom, has a lovely positive energy.
Board of Directors
Union President, HK Danmark
Michael Nellemann Pedersen
CEO, PFA Ejendomme
Anne Charlotte Mark
CFO, Lønmodtagernes Dyrtidsfond
Director of Investments, Pensam