This year WORKTECH24 Copenhagen will be holding four different workplace tours of four amazing, dynamic and innovative spaces. Workplace tours give delegates the opportunity to gain access to an exclusive behind-the scenes experience at three of  Copenhagen’s most cutting-edge workplaces. Nordea, Woods and Zoku tours take place on Wednesday 22nd May, whilst KAB House tours takes place on Friday 24th May.

Please note that spaces for these exclusive tours are extremely limited, subject to availability and available exclusively to registered conference delegates.

Nordea Bank Headquarters

The Nordea building, a prominent fixture in Copenhagen since its completion in 2010, serves as the bustling headquarters for Nordea Bank, a key player in the Nordic financial landscape. Rising 23 stories above the city streets, it symbolizes not just architectural prowess but also Nordea’s central role in the region’s economic sphere. As the nerve centre for Nordea’s operations, the building pulsates with activity, housing offices, meeting spaces, and cutting-edge financial infrastructure. Its strategic location underscores Nordea’s commitment to accessibility and connectivity within Copenhagen’s vibrant urban fabric. Beyond its physical presence, the Nordea building embodies the bank’s ethos of innovation and forward-thinking, serving as a beacon for financial progress in the heart of the city.



Grønjordsvej 10, 2300 København, Denmark



Arrival Time: 15:45

Tours: 16:00-16:45

Woods Augusthus - Coworking Space

Nestled in Copenhagen, Woods beckons freelancers, startups, and corporate teams to experience a workspace unlike any other. Its sleek architecture merges seamlessly with lush greenery, creating an inspiring atmosphere bathed in natural light. From flexible coworking areas to state-of-the-art meeting rooms, Woods offers amenities designed to foster collaboration and productivity. Sustainability is paramount, with eco-friendly features integrated throughout. Whether seeking a space for client meetings, brainstorming sessions, or simply a change of scenery, Woods provides the perfect backdrop for success. Join and embark on a journey where nature, creativity, and collaboration converge to redefine the modern workspace experience.



Amagerfælledvej 106, 2300 København, Denmark



Arrival Time: 17:00

Tours: 17:15-18:00

Zoku, Copenhagen

Zoku Copenhagen is a dynamic hub in the heart of Denmark’s capital, where living and working seamlessly intertwine. Inspired by the Danish concept of hygge, Zoku fosters warmth, comfort, and community within its versatile loft-style accommodations. With thoughtfully designed communal areas and state-of-the-art workspaces, guests are encouraged to connect, collaborate, and thrive. From networking events and workshops to live music performances, Zoku offers a diverse range of programming, cultivating a vibrant community of travellers, entrepreneurs, and creatives. Here, boundaries blur, and life unfolds as a fluid, enriching experience, redefining the way we live, work, and interact in a modern world.

Due to limited availability, the Zoku tours will be invite only.

KAB House

The head office for Copenhagen’s largest housing association, KAB, combines the administrative with the creative, making a space that joins the tradition of the office with the tradition of the home. The design approach to the KAB House is a deceptively literal one, taking traditional elements of the home – the living room, the stairs, the garden, the kitchen – and applying them to the workplace. Things begin traditionally office-like: The ground level is open, the large reception desk flanked by a seating area and next to that the office canteen, café, and boutique. Within the atrium, nearly everything is clad in wood, giving the space a soft, ‘hyggelig’ feeling and adding scent and texture not often associated with the workplace. The stairs cut back and forth across the middle of the atrium, alighting on large community kitchens on each floor. A room divider has been designed for the office floors, which also functions as storage. The shape is varied and thus helps to break down the large areas into smaller informal spaces. Loose furniture is a mix of recycled and new furniture.



Enghavevej 81, 2450 København SV, Denmark


Friday 24th May (day after event)

Arrival: 10:00

Tours: 10:15-11:00


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