1111 Sandkaj Brygge

Urban space

Year: 2009-ongoing
Location: Copenhagen DK
Size: 350 ha
Status: 1st prize in competition, ongoing
Collaborators: COBE, Polyform, Rambøll
Visualisations: Luxigon
Photos: Rasmus Hjortshøj COAST

The project is based on the idea of interpreting the industrial nature of the North Harbour district, transforming the linear space into a central urban space for the new neighborhood.

The wooden boardwalk runs along the entire southern quay of Aarhusgadekvarteret in Nordhavn, app. 425m. Public spaces are concentrated along the boardwalk, creating a number of urban spaces with a direct relationship and close contact to the water.

The boardwalk is designed as a continuous oak deck, prioritizing pedestrians and bikes, at the same time creating public flow and accessibility. Integrated in the boardwalk, a variety of rough materials and native Danish landscapes create a new public realm based on the Northharbour ID.

Aerial photograph of the Aarhusgade Neighborhood with the Park and Play parking house by JaJa Architects and the Silo before being converted by Cobe Architects.

Read more about our specific urban space projects in the North Harbour:
Sandkaj Boardwalk, Göteborg Square and Orientkaj Metro Plaza