C. F. Møller’s design to interconnect and root the campus within the city wins VIA University College in Horsens, Denmark. The proposed 30,000 square meters proposal and 5,000 square meters Innovation House was selected amongst three strong projects, according to the adjudicators’ report in a forward-thinking scheme that develops a strong dialogue between the academic and urban spaces. The scheme responds to the flow of the city and integrates into the systematic layout of the surrounding roads, volumes, and parks. Three new urban spaces open out the campus and offer multiple entrances for staff, students and visitors to further activate all of the areas around the three buildings. Whilst a connecting pathway, the Campus line, to the pedestrian and cycle routes acts as arteries into the centre and develops the campus as part of the city.
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