Danish centre of particle therapy

The Danish Center for Particle Therapy is an exceptional construction - both because it will be the only
one of its kind in Denmark and because the architecture is so special.


Light and welcoming building

Particle therapy is a new gentle treatment of cancer with proton radiation, and the building houses top-

modern equipment for research and treatment. When planning the building great emphasis has been
placed on making the appearence of the building as  tender and welcoming as possible - including with a
large, covered atrium and inner gardens and with light wood paneled walls.


Glass walls from Triplan

Triplan has supplied glass walls for the building, both two-layer glass walls with built-in blinds,

fire-rated partitions and not least the full glass wall TP Lite, which in the atrium has white print
densifying against the ceiling and floor, which gives a poetic effect, similar to the appearence of
the exterior facade.





Address: Palle Juul-Jensens Boulevard 99, Aarhus, Denmark

Architect: Link Arkitektur


Entrepreneur: Hoffmann

Engineers: Alectia

Client: Region Midtjylland

Execution period: 2016 - 18