The Odd Fellow building in Holstebro was designed by the well-known architect from Holstebro Kr. Jensen. The mansion-like style of the house has since been widely admired, and has been the ideal setting for the Odd Fellow Order's local lodge for more than 75 years.
Until 1997, the building was largely untouched. Here, new windows were installed throughout the building and district heating was installed.
In 2006, a choice was made to refurnish the living room and furnish new archives in the basement. At the same time, the kitchen was also completely renovated and expanded. In 2008, a major total renovation of the toilets was carried out, with the disabled toilet and installation of 2 new elevators.
The main staircase was rebuilt in the old style, but with granite paving, so it matched the church square's new decoration.