Good housing for everyone is at the center of Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects – ranging from luxury flats to affordable wooden housing. Here functionality comes first in the form of a generous influx of daylight with optimized layouts, a healthy indoor climate and robust materials.
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Krøyer's Square is a small square tucked between old port warehouses in the central, 17th-century area of Christianshavn. For two decades, the square was an empty plot falling victim to several capsized development proposals caused by intense local protests. It was not until 2008 that a participatory process with local residents, facilitated by Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects, made it possible to proceed to build on the site. Today, the waterfront site is one of the most popular urban spaces in Copenhagen.
Kronløb Island is a brand new island – a link across Kronløbsbassinet in the new Copenhagen district of Nordhavn. Featuring bridge connections to both the Århusgade district and Sundmolen, Kronholm will be an important stepping-stone in the district, which will be compressed and linked to a number of new public, intimate urban spaces, waterfront spaces, and gathering points.
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