Copenhagen Business School “Kilen”

Marianne Levinsen Landskab: The campus area is located in the redundant railway line terrain of the former ”Frederiksbergbane”, which has been transformed into an open urban landscape. The promenade draws an urban feature through the campus and is used for movement through the area, linking significant spaces and locations. To convey the scale of the large building volumes and at the same time extend the characterful green space, a number of powerful groves of red oak trees have been planted. The promenade surface is made of in-situ poured concrete with circular holes for trees and different ornamental grasses – a stylised picture of dilapidated or worn out urban areas, where wild grasses and pioneer plants break through from below as soon as there is a hole or a crack in the trail.

Landscape Architect: Marianne Levinsen Landskab
Name of the Project: Copenhagen Business School “Kilen”
Situation: Frederiksberg, Denmark
Completion date: 2006
Area m2 / sq ft: 34020 m2 / 366186 sq ft
Photograph: Torben Petersen / Christina Capetillo
Collaborators:
Client: Copenhagen Business School
Lead consultant: Lundgaard/Tranberg A/S

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