Steinfass House (Danish. Steinfass Gård) is a listed house overlooking Christianshavn Canal in the Christianshavn neighbourhood of Copenhagen, Denmark. It is now part of the Sofiegården hall of residence.
The building seen from across the canal
|Design and construction|
The current house was built for Jacob Steinfass in 1770–71 to a design by an unknown architect. The painter P. C. Skovgaard lived in the building from 1842 to 1843. The building was listed in 1945.
Steinfass House is built in the Neoclassical style. It was built as an adaption and extension of an existing building and incorporates elements from its predecessor.
In the early 1970s, he house was converted into a dorm, Sofiegården, and expanded with modern wings along ]]Sofiegade]] and Dronningensgade. The original contains five rooms and two three-room flats in two upper floors, and various shared facilities on the ground floor, including a day-care centre. The basement houses the bar Sofiekælderen which is popular for live music.
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