Krøyers Plads is a much-disputed site that finally found its solution in a project displaying modern interpretation of tradition and history.
The redesign of Havnegade by Algren & Bruun makes an attractive public space with built-in activities to attract locals year-round.
This Lille Langebro bridge is the latest in a series of bike bridges to connect the central city for 1000s of cycling commuters and pedestrians every day.
On a triangular site, ‘The Crystal’, a crystalline glass-prism, seeks to open up and attract pedestrian (and cycling) bypassers.
The SEB Bank is two rounded office-‘towers’ on a noisy corner. It shows a more varied and less boxy architecture than 10-15 years earlier.
The ‘City Dune’ is a green, winding climb and elevated green space for bike commuters to offices, hotels, and – in the future: student housing and an IKEA.
The Kalvebod Waves-project, designed by JDS (Julien De Smedt), make up for the initial inadequacies of the Kalvebod Brygge development.