Calling this beauty "dormitory" - the language does not turn. This student hostel is located in Orestad - a new area of Copenhagen in Denmark. It is called the Tietgen Student Town and is a round residential building with an impressive yard. The building was built in 2006. There are 360 rooms on seven floors, covering a total area of 26, 800 sq.
in.m. The round shape of the building is a symbol of equality and unity.
In the courtyard of the hostel, you can see living quarters, kitchens, which seem to be hanging in the air. The windows of all 360 rooms face outside and into the inner courtyard of the building. The kitchen plays an important role in the hostel. There are a total of 30 spacious kitchens in the building - one for every 12 rooms. Each kitchen has 4 refrigerators, 2 stoves and all the necessary cooking utensils. The kitchens also have dining areas with colorful chairs.
A one-bedroom room covers an area of 26-33 sq.m. The building also has 30 two-bedroom rooms (for couples and students who need extra space) with an area of 45 sq. M. All rooms have a similar layout, they are like pieces of cake - the widest wall is the outer one.
All rooms have a part with a large window that opens onto a balcony or veranda. All rooms have their own bathroom and toilet with underfloor heating, toilet and shower. For each block, a common room is also allocated, where all residents of the block, and the hostel as a whole, can gather.
The hostel has received many awards, including Best Student Building