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Schmidt Hammer Lassen architects wins competition for a mixed-use masterplan in Denmark

Schmidt Hammer Lassen architects wins competition for a mixed-use masterplan in Denmark

The masterplan will transform a site of a former slaughterhouse in the city of Horsens, Western Denmark into a mixed-use commercial, office and cultural complex that will include residential areas. Shla’s masterplan received particular praise for its dynamic design which will create a sense of cohesion between the city’s existing urban identity and the new retail and recreational areas.

More details, after the break.

Size of site: 34.000 m2 Total built surface: 70.000 m2 Competition year: 2008 Construction sum: Confidential Architect: schmidt hammer lassen architects Landscape architect: schmidt hammer lassen architects Contractor: A. Enggaard A/S (DK) Engineer: Niras A/S (DK) Shopping centre specialist: braaten+pedersen (DK)

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "Schmidt Hammer Lassen architects wins competition for a mixed-use masterplan in Denmark" 16 Feb 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/14367/schmidt-hammer-lassen-architects-wins-competition-for-a-mixed-use-masterplan-in-denmark> ISSN 0719-8884
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