Adept: Måløv Axis and the adjacent city spaces is a visionary project underlining the lively Måløv city character in close contact to the amazing surrounding landscape. The movement trough the axis will – beyond being easy accessible for everyone, safe and clear – provide a spatial story relating to the distinctive character of Måløv and create an experience for citizens and visitors. The main idea sets off in a reading of the area wide landscape and natural context. The landscape is a characteristic moraine landscape shaped through the impact of the glacial period. The glaciers have left a rolling landscape with kept ice holes, valleys and plains. A beautiful and recreational landscape accessible from north via Måløv Nature park and from south via Søndergaard lake and the Måløv wedge. As a result the Måløv axis will appear as a fluent landscape building on the great historical values in the landscape creating a vibrant area full of city life and natural environments, rich on experiences, interesting and safe for everyone. A new connecting urban space in the city intertwining the existing and the new values.

Landscape Architecture: Adept and LiWplanning
Teammembers: Lisbeth Westergaard (Project leader axis and stairs), Mette Hoffmann B (Project leader Krohaven), Christa Hellesøe Jensen, Kirstine Vestergård Høj, Martin Krogh, Anders Lonka, Martin Laursen, Kurt Øhlenschlæger and Morten Dam Feddersen.
Collaboration: Lisbeth Westergaard and Søren Jensen consulting engineers
Location: Måløv, Denmark
Size: 1000m2
Year: 2008
Text: Adept
Photos: Kåre Viemose, Adept