Mejlgade 55B, 2nd floor
8000 Aarhus C
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The proposal gives Bryggervangen and Sankt Kjelds Square a strong identity as the city’s landmark for bluegreen climate adaptation. The project defines a distinctive urban nature of Copenhagen, that learns from characteristic biotopes in Copenhagen such as Utterslev Mose, Kongelunden and Amager Fælled and uses their processes in a rational and aesthetic way.
The result is an urban nature that is aesthetic and functional, biodiverse and sustainable, green and blue, climate adaptable, and creates a sense of community. An urban nature, which gives the Copenhageners a strong aesthetic feeling of nature right on their doorstep.
The project won the prestigious award 'Årets Arne 2020' by The Danish Association of Architects.
Service Landscape and urban space design
Location Østerbro, Copenhagen - Denmark
Client The City of Copenhagen
Design period 2015
Area 34,900 m2
Partners NIRAS, HOFOR, Viatrafik, Jens Rørbech and Ebbe Dalsgaard