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  • Novo Nordisk Nature Park
    Novo Nordisk Nature Park In Novo Nordisk's new park the boundaries between worklife and leisure disappear. Novo Nordisk’s new landscape is an interpretation of the phenomenon known from danish woodlands; the dead-ice landscape. The goal of the park is to obtain a 100 % water balance. The rainwater from roofs is collected on-site and a large pillow of gravel is able to contain the water of a 100 year rain event. Trees and shrubs are planted in natural biotopes and tolerate climate change and water. SLA
  • SUSTAINABLE URBAN RENEWAL
    SUSTAINABLE URBAN RENEWAL Establishment of an overall solution for the renewal of buildings, courtyards, and streetscapes in a selected residential block in Copenhagen. "Copenhagen Climate Resilient Neighbourhood will, as a flagship project, demonstrate how a holistic and innovative approach to renovation and rainwater management can create a better living environment and courtyard atmosphere in a typical residential block." Says Signe Kongebro, Architect and Partner in HLA Henning Larsen Architects
  • VINGE TRAIN STATION AND CITY AREA
    VINGE TRAIN STATION AND CITY AREA Vinge Train Station is part of a larger plan to connect the future Vinge City to regional public transit. Vinge is a new city to be developed within Frederikssund Municipality north of Copenhagen, Denmark. Covering 350 hectares, it will be the largest urban development project in Denmark. Design Team: Tredje Natur, Henning Larsen Architects, MOE, RPA. Client: Municipality of Frederikssund Tredje Natur
  • CREATING ISLETS TO AVOID FLOODS
    CREATING ISLETS TO AVOID FLOODS Climate change is a reality and we have to prepare for, among other, rising sea levels. According to the IPCC, the projected sea level rise could reach 19-23 inches by the year 2100. POLYFORM Architects have made an interesting suggestion on how to cope with the future issue in Copenhagen, Denmark. Their suggestion to avoid floods involves creating small islets in the habour. Read more : Polyform Architects