Capturing Copenhagen in an Instant

Capturing Copenhagen in an Instant

Being on Instagram has given me some new perspectives on the city I dear so much, Copenhagen. While I am in love with the old Copenhagen, it seems that when it comes to photographically capturing the city, I have a fondness for contemporary buildings. With its clean lines and simplicity, I must say, it does do well in pictures.

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A Monotonous Cityscape?

A Monotonous Cityscape?

Like a blank canvas, the architects and city planners has since the 1990’th. Converted the scrubby ends of Copenhagen into residential areas.  In striving for creating unique architectural solutions for the ‘modern’ family living in Copenhagen,  the old industrial and untouched recreational areas are being sculptured into new neighbourhoods.  But is the cityscape of Copenhagen in this pursuit of architectural uniqueness in risk of becoming monotonous? Continue reading “A Monotonous Cityscape?”

Copenhagenize – a Way of Living

Copenhagenize – a Way of Living

The Danish bicycle culture is something that for a Dane often is taken for granted. But with an experience of living abroad, I began to appreciate the city planners of Denmark. When the bike was introduced, it was considered only a means of transport. This perception changed in many countries when the car came along, but not in Denmark. For Danes, the bike was still perceived as a primary form of transportation. Continue reading “Copenhagenize – a Way of Living”

Nu – Copenhagen meets Berlin

The little speciality shop Nu in Jægersborggade is a refreshing little shop. Its bare interior beams of bustling Berlin. In some way the location and the rustic deco is a perfect fit for Nu. The Street has in recent years undergone major changes. A huge part of the process of shaping the street into what it is today is Nu and other little speciality shops and cosy Cafes that’s popped up.

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NU in Jægersborggade – Copenhagen Meets Berlin

NU in Jægersborggade – Copenhagen Meets Berlin

The little speciality shop Nu in Jægersborggade is a refreshing little shop. Its bare interior beams of bustling Berlin. In some way the location and the rustic deco is a perfect fit for Nu. The Street has in recent years undergone major changes. A huge part of the process of shaping the street into what it is today is Nu and other little speciality shops and cosy Cafes that’s popped up.

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KB-Hallen Demolition Marks End of Story

KB-Hallen Demolition Marks End of Story

KB-Hallen is ready for Demolishing. The 20th of February huge machines captured the site on Peter Bangsvej in front of the legendary building KB-Hallen ready to begin demolition. A damaging fire had fatal consequences, and authorities hence decided that it was impossible to save. The demolition of the iconic building marked the final end of an era and seeing the machines for demolition on the site, evoked nostalgic memories for a lot of Copenhageners. Continue reading “KB-Hallen Demolition Marks End of Story”

KB-Hallen – The End of Story

KB-Hallen – The End of Story

The 20th of February huge machines captured the site on Peter Bangsvej in front of the legendary building KB-Hallen ready for demolition. A damaging fire had fatal consequences, and authorities hence decided that it was impossible to save. The demolition of the iconic building marked the final end of an era and seeing the machines for demolition on the site, evoked nostalgic memories for a lot of Copenhageners. Continue reading “KB-Hallen – The End of Story”