Copenhagen ranks as one of the top bike-friendly cities in the world. How Copenhageners daily commute by bike mesmerizes people around the globe. Urban planners visit Copenhagen to see first-hand how the Copenhagen municipality and city developers seek to develop a bike-friendly environment. Continue reading “Copenhagen a bike-friendely city”
Silhuettes of the Copenhagen cityscape, strategically placed in eye side for the pedestrians, works as a free tourist guide. Well to set the scene, as I ever so often do, I once again wandered the streets of Copenhagen, and let my eyes scatter the scenery. Herer, I came upon a little treat for you dear readers and followers. Small graphic banners, illustrating the silhouettes of iconic places in Copenhagen. Continue reading “Silhouettes of the Copenhagen Cityscape”
The Copenhagen Cityscape, seen from above are a classic medieval cityscape, with only a few iconic buildings rising to the sky, due to a strict city planning of the old parts of the city.
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Is Copenhagen risk becoming a monotonous Cityscape? In an architectural pursuit of uniqueness, new developments strive to be the new iconic building in Copenhagen.
Bipeengbuen a gateway to Copenhagen, for some a architectural failure for others a interesting urban outdoor area in copenhagen with multible functions for citylife.
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The Piece – Husk Min Havn – Remember My Harbour at the entrance to Enghave Brygge, works as a constantly reminder of what will come in the near future. As an apocalypse the mural street art in its outburst seems harmless. But embedded in it is a quite different story. By few words it shows a critical voice to the new city development at Enghave Brygge and the forthcoming demolition of the sanctuary for graffiti artist – Sydhavnen – Hall of Fame. Continue reading “Enghave Brygge – Remember My Harbour”