Hidden behind the train tracks you will find a green path that leads you to BaneGaarden. A brainchild of four green entrepreneurs, aspiring to make a change and share knowledge on sustainable ways of doing life.
See Copenhagen through the eyes of renowned Danish architect Anders Lendager, as he points towards some of his favourite places.
In 2023, Copenhagen has been awarded UNESCO-UIA - World Capital of Architecture in recognition of its strong legacy within architecture and innovative urban development, along with its high ambitions on climate, sustainable solutions, and liveability.
For that reason, we have asked a couple of Danish architects to give their opinions on what makes Copenhagen special .
Let's go on a journey through the city of Copenhagen with architect Anders Lendager and find out what his favourite places are and why. Some of the key values for Anders is that Copenhagen is a livable city, a place to experience and find daily joy, whether it is jumping in the harbour for a swim, going out for lunch, and so on.
From the essence of the sustainable city and a reminder not to demolish but to transform. Copenhagen is for you who wants to experience life while living it!
Sandkaj bathing zone is open year-round and is a part of the boardwalk in the newer part of town, Århusgadekvarteret in Nordhavn. During summer this is a much-loved spot for sun-lounging and bathing in the harbour while in winter it’s mostly winter-bather that take advantage of the facili...
Let architect Sofie Lund Michaelsen guide you through Copenhagen, and show you some of her favourite places. Places that tell stories about life, and history as well as point to the future.