THEME // 1 URBAN SUSTAINABILITY :: kea.dk
Ecoweek

Urban Sustainability / Landscape Design, Urban Gardening and Agriculture, Climate Adaption, Infrastructure, Traffic etc.

With over 50% of the world’s population living in cities and the percentage set to increase over the next few decades it is important for a more sustainable approach to urban planning to be implemented in cities. Under this heading you will be asked to consider many different aspects of urban life that need to function together with a special focus on public space in the city and it’s adaption towards more social and environmental sustainability.

W 1.1 // Apartment House Bispeparken / Pathways

The goal in this workshop is to develop ideas leading to development of the park paths between  the apartment buildings. The purpose is to create a better connection between indoors and outdoors and make the municipal park path attractive and more interactive for both residents and visitors and thereby supporting the community feeling. Participants can both work with design proposals that are temporary and/or permanent.

SEE DESIGN SOLUTION HERE

WORKSHOP MEMBERS //
Jose Paulo Castro, Jonas Westh Alexander Laub Tofte, David Lopez, Camilla Falchetti, Nikolaj Kristensen, Kaspar Herbst Tingleff, Asbjorn Olsen, Jodi Anne Webster, Mads Illum Bertel Hansen

WORKSHOP LEADERS //
Niels Barrett
Julie Reinau

W 1.2 // Stærevej and Vestergårdsvej

Participants in this workshop worked with a large green area facing Vestergårdsvej that is only being used by the local residents; to connect the high-rise buildings and the low-rise buildings. Participants were asked to create concepts leading to a holistic and sustainable development of a worn down space. The design plans were to be developed in collaboration with the local stakeholders – considering landscaping, pedestrian and cyclists, hang-out spots and squares, etc.

SEE DESIGN SOLUTION HERE
SEE FILMED PRESENTATION HERE

WORKSHOP MEMBERS //
Thiago Nadal Pugliesi, Felipe Vale Lopes, Nicolai Gram Hansen, Alejandra Carrallo, Rocio Costela, Eduardo Sanchez Ruiz – Granados, Gita Vizbele, Fiona Platt, Lasse Lynege Hansen

WORKSHOP LEADERS //
Agnieszka Wójcik
Johanna T. Rasmusson

W 1.4 // Crossing main thoroughfares / pedestrian and bike traffic

Participants in this case were to focus on developing new solutions to end the conflict between the bicycle traffic and heavy motor traffic, thereby creating new principles for intelligent traffic. The goal was to develop efficient and smart solutions on how to cross roads that are dominated by car traffic in order to make it easier for cyclist to cross the heavily trafficked roads and connect the neighbourhoods and make the local schools more accessible.

SEE DESIGN SOLUTION HERE

WORKSHOP MEMBERS //
Sarah Kronborg, Bárður Thomsen, Peter Høgh, Thea Maria Lind, Anders Neldeborg,
Frederik Juulsen, Nikolai Hart, Andrei Constantinescu, Karl Johannessen, Dan Jensen, Dánjal Michaelsen

WORKSHOP LEADERS //
Jan Johansson
Ohad Yehieli

W 1.5 // Rentemestervej as a green zone

Rentemestervej is an exciting and haphazard street, which contains a number of small upcoming businesses and old industrial buildings as well as empty plots. The participants in this case came up with suggestions on how to rejuvenate this connecting street and make it more inviting on the route from Tomsgårdsvej to Frederiksborgvej and suggest solutions to accommodate a green cycle route.

SEE DESIGN SOLUTION HERE
SEE FILMED PRESENTATION HERE

WORKSHOP MEMEBERS //
Jesper Friis Aamand, Marco Puggaard Norup, Ervin  Suljadzic, Tomasz  Giefert, Zuzana  Krejcirova, Eva  Strocholcova, Nicki Falk Hansen, Henrik Peter Hansen, Nima  Karimzadeh, Peter  Beier

WORKSHOP LEADERS //
Talia Dorsey
Søren Parrot 

W 1.6 // Climate Change Adaptation in Lersøparken and nearby settlements

The goal of this workshop was to develop a holistic solution for handling heavy rainfall and redesign of the city by establishing new water flow and water collection solutions. The solution should also involve recreational and aesthetic elements, preferably combining green and blue elements, so that it can give added value to the residents in the area.

SEE DESIGN SOLUTIONS HERE
SEE FILMED PRESENTATION HERE

WORKSHOP MEMBERS //
G.M.A. Balayet Hossain, Daniel  Traverso, Thomas Ivar Forsberg Tang, Henrik  Birkelund, Hallur  Johannesen, Søren Kirstejn Henriksen, Jens Gudmann Nielsen, Daiana  Takara, Lukasz  Waclawek, Emanuele  Bianco

WORKSHOP LEADERS //
Shane O´Brian
Ellen Rein

W 1.7 // Emdrup Søpark and surrounding areas

The overall goal in this case was to come up with a development plan for the Emdrup Søpark, a large area with a lake surrounded by park on one side and houses on the other and heavy motor traffic on both sides. The space is a public recreational space but faces several challenges concerning infrastructure, motor traffic, and monotonous green areas that are not being used efficiently. Participants in this workshop should take into account wishes and needs of residents from the nearby areas as well as educational institutions.

SEE DESIGN SOLUTIONS HERE
SEE FILMED PRESENTATION HERE

WORKSHOP MEMBERS //
Paulina Boldak, Marco Boncoraglio, Matteo Turri, Thomas Regnarsson, Henriette Andersson, George Caleap, Enrico Miglietta, Federica Gusa, Francesco Capuzzo, Fabiana Tiemi Imamura

WORKSHOP LEADERS //
Daniel S. Peral
Suzanne Deschamps

W 1.8 // Temporary projects of Glentehaven

The goal in this workshop is to create innovative concepts on how the empty plot, a triangular space on the corner of Glentevej and Nordre Fasanvej, can be made into an attractive recreational area for the local users and residents. Participants must take into consideration the surrounding areas and the end result should be a well thought out sustainable design which is easy to maintain.

SEE DESIGN SOLUTION HERE

WORKSHOP MEMBERS //
Thomas David Lund, Luminita Corduneanu, Aleksandra Tomaka, Katarzyna Sawicka, Cindy Ottati, Dario Domenico Tundo, Alessio Maria Boschet, Alessandra Banfi, Lora Vardarova, Lior Shemesh, Nazish Younas

WORKSHOP LEADERS //
Raffaella Colombo
Claudio S. Testa

W 1.9 // Sangergården / The Edible Garden 1

The goal is to revitalise the residents’ house and the shed at Sangergården and make it more environmentally sustainable and create design solutions with space utilization in mind. How much can we get to grow on this little place? What can we plant on a slanting roof? How can we use the walls in the most innovative way? Could we build a sustainable greenhouse, so that we can start a plant business, involving the local residents in the neighbourhood? Perhaps, to start a socio-economic business, where those people can earn a bit of money, will inspire them to go back to school and work on their future.

SEE DESIGN SOLUTION HERE

WORKSHOP MEMBERS //
Emil lund Theilmann Christensen, Amalie Friberg Eriksen, Ann-Christine Therese Sommer, Rodolfo Jubran Chap Chap, Luis Henrique, Fonseca Bueno, Rafael Augusto Reis Moreira, Angela de Jesus Reboucas
Christian Vivet, Kim Rytter Jensen, Aaron James Padgett

WORKSHOP LEADERS //
Kim Apitz
Christoffer Nielsen

W 1.10 // Recycling in public spaces

The goal was to explore the opportunities of providing residents with the possibility of sorting their waste while on the move or relaxing in public spaces. To create a solution that has environmental sustainability embedded in all corners of the concept: The recycling device itself will be the communication of the possibilities of waste as a resource based on the principles of ”Cradle to Cradle” and a solution which uses these principles in the communication of the product.

SEE DESIGN SOLUTION HERE

WORKSHOP MEMBERS //
Mark  Andersen, Jon Drejer Tittmann, Pernille Bisgaard Kristensen, Filip Lindmark, Love Wige, Tamlyn Yuki Shkabukuro, Artis Kurps, Lucas Terra, Pontus H. Jakobsson, Carlos Ramos Fernandez

WORKSHOP LEADERS //
Jon Emil Stenz
Andriano De Luca

W 1.11 // Active gardens AND urban farming / the design of a “Københavnerbed” (Copenhagen raised bed)

The goal was to create new types of urban gardens and urban farms. Inspired by the famous green Københavnerbænk (Copenhagen bench) which can be found all around Copenhagen, the goal was not limited to specific places, but to the idea that it could be beneficial to develop a raised bed, or several different types for various purposes, to be used for urban gardening and farming for Copenhagen and other parts of the world.

SEE DESIGN SOLUTION HERE

WORKSHOP MEMBERS //
Esta Frosch, Paula Helena Bedin, Bruno Ribeiro Costa, Dennis Darre Moretto, Linnea Kyldahl, Andreas Rudolph Christensen, Francesca Tedeschi, Ecaterina Vasile Reus, Malik Heilmann, Agnes Rumi Hanayama

WORKSHOP LEADERS //
Giorgio Giorgi
Myrna Anascimento

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