Here, people can meet and share views, ideas and perspectives that may shape the future and become solutions to all sorts of problems. It's been seen before.
Effective knowledge sharing and optimal innovation require its framework - and good thoughts behind it. They were already conceived in 1967, when Arne Jacobsen drew the first sketches for a multi-centre, which forms the basis for today's Søhuset, and helps support Denmark's most significant research park, DTU Science Park, a gathering point for knowledge and growth companies.
Søhuset opened in 2005 and has 12 meeting rooms with 2-98 people and a flexible auditorium where up to 350 people can meet.
With over 219 years of combined experience in planning and conducting meetings, conferences and events, Søhuset can create the best conditions for your next meeting. In an analysis from MyResearch for 2019, 639 meeting bookers have recognized Søhuset for having the most satisfied guests among 75 conference centres.