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White panel doors at Christiansborg Palace

Produced like the old doors from the 1920s.

When the Royal Banquet Kitchen at Christiansborg Palace was being renovated, it was simultaneously transformed into a museum for the enjoyment of the many tourists visiting the palace.

The vision of the renovation was to recreate the banquet kitchen and showcase the vast collection of royal copperware. Vahle contributed a replica of the original doors.

Fyldningsdøre Kobberkøkkenet Christiansborg
White panel doors Copper kitchen Christiansborg

The Royal Banquet Kitchen at Christiansborg Palace

is today open to the castle’s many visiting tourists.

White panel doors double doorsCopper kitchen Christiansborg

The square panels

are exactly like the original doors from the 1920s.

White panel doors double doors Copper kitchen Christiansborg

Double panel doors

produced in the same style as the other doors.

White panel doors Copper kitchen Christiansborg

The concealed door pump

lets the door’s design get full attention.

White panel doors Copper kitchen Christiansborg

All doors are manufactured as fire doors,

without affecting the design of the door.

White panel doors Copper kitchen Christiansborg

The copper kitchen appears as it was originally designed,

and the focus has been on recreating the original atmosphere.

The white panel doors are made as exact replicas of the original doors from the 1920s.

Panel doors with square cut-outs

The kitchen’s internal doors needed to be upgraded to meet strict fire safety requirements. Vahle developed an exact replica of the original 1920s white doors with square cut-outs that also meets current fire safety requirements.

In the best quality craftsmanship, the panel doors are delivered with built-in door pumps to preserve the architectural expression.

Replica white panel doors that function as fire doors.

The panel doors are exact replicas of the original doors from the 1920s.

The Amalienborg double doors were made as replicas to match the historic architecture.

Copper kitchen ware displayed in original frames

They wanted to convey the atmosphere of 1926 so that the huge collection of royal copper kitchen ware could be displayed in as original a setting as possible.

Architect Mette Kyed from the Danish Agency for Culture and Palaces, which is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the castle, explains that the design of the kitchen focuses primarily on light, sound and, not least, the smell of the delicacies of the time.

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