Kunstforeningen Gl. Strand is located in Copenhagen, in Philip de Lange’s listed building dating back to 1750. This bourgeois house was designed in Dutch Late Baroque style with the main emphasis placed on the decoration of the façade. There is a distinguished semi-circular gable above the centre of the façade, and the entrance portal of the house is designed with artistic excess. The inside of the house is well preserved. In comparison with the façade, the decoration is more prosaic with high, oil-painted panels and a moderate amount of stucco on the ceilings.
With a budget of DKK 48 million, this historic building was renovated with great consideration for the original characteristics of the house, and future-proofed, so Kunstforeningen Gl. Strand can proudly welcome visitors into an international-class art gallery.