Home > Companies > Liftup A/S

Case studies (10)

Article image
FlexStep at Nordkraft
Nordkraft is an old power station converted into a modern culture centre in Aalborg (Denmark). It goes without saying that the architecture is special as a major part of the previous power station has been maintained and now makes out the rustic framework for culture to prosper. In order to m...
Article image
FlexStep in DJI Store, Paris, France
In view of the modern style of the store and the high-tech products offered, the installation and the design of the FlexStep were kept in plain colours and materials to support its manifestation. The design is created in special colour (dull black) and the steps are equipped with aluminium c...
Article image
FlexStep in Swedish Church
Instead of an old elevator, it was important to the church that a potential new lift solution was well-fitted into the environment and had as little negative impact as possible on the building’s aesthetic appearance. The church in Söderled’s employees had seen the FlexStep lift and contacted ...
Article image
FlexStep at Pharmacy
Some buildings have enough space for a ramp that comply with the slope requirements or a platform lift that can stand next to the staircase – the challenge can be that many accessibility solutions will impair the existing architecture of the building, and most want to preserve the existing aes...
Article image
FlexStep in Copenhagen City Court
H+ ARCHITECTS managed the reconstruction of the Copenhagen City Court, as two functions were merged both organizationally and physically. Architects from H+ ARCHITECTS always consider accessibility when they renovate older buildings. Space issues and large level differences set the framework f...
Article image
FlexStep in the Top Family home
Søren Top suddenly had a blood clot which left him paralyzed the left side and he was dependent on a wheelchair. Søren and his wife immediately became aware of the challenges at home when suddenly sitting in a wheelchair in a two-story house from 1898. The municipality suggested a ramp, which...
Article image
FlexStep and fixed staircase at Leeds Castle, Kent, UK
Away from the main castle buildings stands the more recent addition of a gift shop and restaurant. As the restaurant is accessed via steps, it was not possible to provide access for those with impaired mobility or parents with pushchairs. Although this building is relatively new, the rules re...
Article image
FlexStep in the Danish Parliament (Christiansborg Palace)
Liftup was contacted by the architect responsible for the old historic building Christiansborg Palace, because he was looking for an integrated solution to provide access to all persons, walking and walking-impaired, for one of the main assembly rooms in the Danish Parliament. The wide histor...
Article image
FlexStep in the Eidsvoll building in Norway
The fact that the FlexStep has been chosen for the unique Eidsvoll House (Eidsvollbygningen) in Norway is further proof that FlexStep can be adadpted to any environment, both when it comes to function and design. The black painted FlexStep with painted steel handrails and rubber mats on the s...
Article image
FlexStep at St. Aidan's School in the UK
The hallways are broad and the traffic is heavy at the stairs at St. Aidan's Primary School in Scotland, UK. To create a coherent and functional solution to meet those needs a FlexStep lifting platform and an identical fixed staircase were put into production. The steps are covered with carpe...