One of Vilhelm Lauritzen’s most famous works is Radiohuset (1945). Today, it is heritage-listed as a total design that was comprehensively conceived from the inside out as Lauritzen produced everything from furniture and door handles to its Modernist typology. The building remains one of the most accomplished examples of Functionalism, where the various functions – such as the foyer, concert hall, and offices – are represented in the shape of the building itself. The facade is made of durable sandstone, whereas the interior is rendered in Greenlandic marble, brass, and teak hardwood, with a foyer ceiling crafted from cowhide stretched over mineral wool. Today, the corridors are still filled with music from the students of the Royal Danish Academy of Music.