The Sustainable City of the Future – Nordhavn will be a prime example. This former industrial area is being transformed into an entirely new, sustainable district. Nordhavn is Scandinavia’s largest and most ambitious urban development project to date, providing space for 40,000 residents and 40,000 jobs.
The National Gallery of Denmark has acquired a new garden. The old ornate Baroque garden has been transformed into a new open landscape, inviting museum visitors and passers-by to meet up and enjoy an art break.
Like a shining white star, FN City is located on the tip of Marmormolen and reflected in the Øresund. This is where eight different UN agencies are brought together in a building of 45,000 m2, which elegantly balances stringent security requirements with an open, airy expression and a strong sustainable profile
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