Buildings and urban spaces provide the framework for urban life and help make areas attractive.
Buildings and urban spaces help promote a better quality of life for citizens, improve social cohesion and can even have a significant branding effect. Some of the main challenges faced by cities are the transformation of industrial areas to residential and business areas and revitalisation of urban areas and rural districts along with climate proofing and establishment of new infrastructure. It is all about creating synergies, from planning to facade design, from facilities to urban life, from choice of materials to planting.
Architecture, planning and landscape have many instruments that affect urban life. Access to parks and nature is of great importance, as are interesting shops or cafes in the area. Likewise, the area must be easily accessible and feel safe. All these elements greatly depend on the design of buildings and urban spaces. Investments in a better framework for urban life pay off and may offer a significant boost to the local economy when the right balance is reached between housing, business, urban space and traffic.
A radical urban renewal of Løget By has resulted in strong social housing efforts.
The Climate Tile
A pavement system for collecting and recycling rainfall for rain to be used as a positive resource.
Revitalisation of the former vulnerable neighbourhood gives the residents a boost.
Water on the sidelines
In Gladsaxe, technical and recreational solutions go hand in hand with a rainwater project.
Total renovations increase security, reduce crime and strengthen the community of residents.
Røsnæs' nature has become available with new opportunities for water and land activities and experiences.
SEB's location and distinctive architecture strengthen SEB Bank's brand, business and internal processes.
Musholm Holiday Centre
The Musholm Sports and Holiday Center shows the way towards accessible architecture.
Marielyst Square and Beach Path
Renovation of peat and beach areas in Marielyst creates value for tourists, citizens and local businesses.
SMK Museum Garden
The Museum Garden strengthens the museum's brand and increases the number of visitors.
South Habour School
A school, a public, movement-promoting urban space and a cultural hub in South Habour, CPH.
Sønder Nissum Multi-Purpose Hall
Redevelopment strengthens local unity and the integration of tourism into the local community.
Faaborg Habour Bath
The design and central location has resulted in spontaneous use and activities on the Faaborg waterfront.
Nordkraft has become a focal point for sports culture and business in Aalborg.
The combined technical plant and recreation area, Selsmosen, creates added value in Taastrup.
Rabalderparken in Roskilde combines recreational areas with technical facilities for draining rainwater.
A popular meeting place for Herning's citizens with up to 50,000 visitors a month.
The furniture wall that has saved Lemvig Municipality from damage costs of many millions of dollars.
Lindevangsparken and The Loop
The project shows how an innovative approach allows us to keep the water above ground.
The park has had 20 times more visitors and 15 times more cyclists during weekends.
Diverse spaciousness and atmosphere attracts new user groups in Aarhus' sports center DGI-Huset.
The green belt at Vesterbro, where the park value is seven times greater than its construction cost.
Involving vulnerable groups creates sustainable solutions with a new method for urban development.
The City Dune – SEB Bank
The City Dune at SEB BANK is Copenhagen's first 100 % climate-adapted urban space landscape.
Copenhagen Harbour Bath
Increased desirability and increasing property prices by the harbour bath on the Islands Brygge waterfront.
A lively unfolding space and gathering place for local initiatives on outer Nørrebro.