The danish pyramid in the city of Kolding is a proud landmark for the city. It’s the first thing you see as you drive past the city sign, and it creates wonder, admiration and there is something unique about it. They wanted to create that feeling inside as well – which is why they wanted a green wall.
You can’t help but notice the Pyramid in Kolding as you drive into the city. And in the future you will certainly not be able to avoid noticing some of the companies that are currently part of the Pyramid in Kolding. It is an IT-Innovation house with some of the biggest talents in IT innovation – and it is a house with an ambition level, which of course had to be matched by a unique interior design. This is stated by Søren Sundahl, CEO of LINK Mobility Group, which owns the Pyramid in Kolding:
“We wanted something unique, something colored for the common area and something that fits the Pyramid and what we stand for. A green wall fits perfectly. It’s cool that it’s living plants, and it has a special pattern shaped like a pyramid, so it makes good sense. “
The pyramid in Kolding houses companies with high ambitions and innovations that match the level of the ambition. It is no coincidence who and what will get a seat in the Pyramid, says Søren Sundahl:
“These are companies that have already proven that they have something special. They have entered a new phase where they can start collaborating and learning something from others in the industry and similar industries – which is why we have invited them into the Pyramid. Here they have a unique community where the companies learn and spar with each other before taking the next step and becoming a big company. ”
The level of ambition must also be matched by the decor. Here, a green wall fits in perfectly again, as it is unique, vibrant and creates wonder. And that the green wall is locally, Danish produced and top quality is also not accidental
“In the pyramid we have some of the most talented Danish IT innovation talents, which is why we of course also need to use Danish manufacturers for the house. It is part of our DNA to choose Danish produced and locally ”
Before and after picture from when we set up the green wall. Since then, the plants have grown.