We are very pleased to be the first place after the Nordic Embassies in Berlin to show the exhibition "Liveable City - 28 x Urban Development in Denmark".
A city is not only made up of houses, it only becomes a city when there is life between the houses. How do you plan and build for this? A lot has happened since the era of modernist building sins of the 1960s with a lot of space for car traffic, which also left its mark on Denmark. The exhibition presents a number of examples of architecture and urban planning in Denmark that formulate answers to what the built framework for quality of life could look like. The exhibition is complemented by interviews and cinematic impressions of the projects. As a kaleidoscope of very different projects, the exhibition also aims to stimulate discussion: What actually constitutes a livable city, for whom are we building, and who may and can participate?
The exhibition is divided into seven thematic areas, each with four examples: Recycled City, The Citizen:s and their City, Open Spaces and Urban Nature, City on the Water, City & Bike, The Sustainable City, and City & Children.
Details on location and social program at https://spacelab-isu.org/discourse and via Instagram @isu_for_cities