Tour 1 – Østerbro
Tour 2 – Nordhavn
Tour 3 – Ørestad
Tour 4 – Harbor
Tour 5 – Nørrebro
Tour 6 – Nordvest
Tour 1 – Nordhavn
Tour 2 – Malmö
Tour 3 – Copenhill
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Architecture tours & platform
Get to know your city on a whole other level! Tour the city on bicycles together with experienced architects in small groups. Enjoy a lively and entertaining tour through one of the six exemplary neighborhoods!
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!!! COVID-19 UPDATE !!! We keep ourselves continuously updated with the recommendations of the Danish Health Authority to follow the most recent guideline. We would also like to ask from all of our participants to keep the recommend 2 meter distance when we are on our way.
TOUR 1 Østerbro
TOUR 2 Nordhavn
TOUR 3 Ørestad
TOUR 4 Harbor
TOUR 5 Nørrebro
TOUR 6 Nordvest
Explore Østerbro, the healthy city
A healthy city is a city where its inhabitants can thrive, live in good conditions and in harmony with nature. In Østerbro we can find both historical and recent projects formulating an answer to "The healthy city".
Østerbro is the first "Climate quarter" in Copenhagen, creating green spaces which help coping with large volumes of water and benefit the local residents. Well-being is also created by the shaping of a community, translated into different housing typologies. We will pass by Brumleby, a row house area and Charlottehaven and Øbro, rethinking of the classic Copenhagen perimeter block.
Røde Kors © COAST
Nordhavn © COAST
Explore CO2 Neutral Nordhavn
Nordhavn is being developed into a sustainable neighbourhood of the future, in order to support Copenhagen’s aim of becoming CO2-neutral in 2025. Explore with us how sustainable living is made possible!
The backbone for Nordhavns sustainable development is the metro line, linking Nordhavn station to the other districts. This establishes a “5 minute city”, where every inhabitant is within walking distance from public transport. The industrial harbour history offers an inspiring basis for the new architecture. Old industrial buildings are renovated and offer a historical reference for new structures.
Explore Future living in Ørestad
Some of the most interesting new developments in Copenhagen can be found on Amager, where the Ørestad district was constructed on condemned ground. Join us on a tour to discover different architects' answer to future living.
Ørestad is primarily established as an international business district, which has excellent opportunities for living, learning and enjoying culture and nature. The district is renowned for its room for experiment, offering architects the opportunity to realize bold projects with innovative concepts. In this strong frame of infrastructure, water elements and green areas, new communities are being established and a unique identity is being shaped.
Upycle studios © COAST
Kroyers plads © COAST
Explore the Harbor revitalisation
The high-end architectural projects at the harbor are eminent examples of the transformation of Copenhagen into one of the best cities in the world. We circle the harbor and tell you the story of how the Copenhagen we know now came to be.
The harbor makes Copenhagen into a very attractive city to live in. Its development in the last decades has been overwhelming. The water has been made more accessible by creating new blue public space, where there is room for living, culture and recreation. This went hand in hand with the creation of new bridges, each one with its own design and way of opening.
Explore co-creation on Nørrebro
On this bicycle tour, we explore what makes Nørrebro something very special. The district is considered both ugly and desirable at the same time, which helps to provide a special atmosphere and dynamism.
On this tour we come through a string of pearls of social and green public parks and squares, which help to bind Copenhagen's most densely populated neighborhoods together in a strong network of identity, belonging and quality of life.
Explore contrasts on Nordvest
Join the bike ride in Copenhagen's Northwest district, a raw and industrial district that has not yet been explored by most but with lots of charm and potential for development.
Nordvest is home to an immigrant population that is more than twice as large as the concentration of inner Copenhagen and the multiethnic diversity has helped to change the vision for land renewal strategies to now build on citizen-driven development with respect for Nordvest's inherent culture, history and architecture.