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Sla Architects: The Latest Architecture and News

SLA Reveals Park and Ski Slope That Will Cap BIG's Groundbreaking Waste-to-Energy Plant

The final designs for one of 2018’s most awaited projects have been revealed, as SLA has released plans for the 170,000-square-foot (16,000-square-meter) park and ski slope that will cap the BIG-designed Amager Bakke Waste-to-Energy Plant in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Rendering. Image Courtesy of SLA Park Diagram. Image Courtesy of SLA Seed Dispersal Tactics. Image Courtesy of SLA Plan. Image Courtesy of SLA + 5

Plans Revealed for Denmark’s Delta District in Vinge

Courtesy of SLA and the Municipality of Frederikssund
Courtesy of SLA and the Municipality of Frederikssund

Located close to Copenhagen, Vinge is Denmark’s newest sustainable city. The first neighborhood for the city, designed by Danish landscape architects SLA for the Municipality of Frederikssund is aptly named the Delta District. The plan takes advantage of man-made landscape features to create a unique residential community closely tied to nature. Read on after the break to learn more about the proposed plan.

Courtesy of SLA and the Municipality of Frederikssund Courtesy of SLA and the Municipality of Frederikssund Courtesy of SLA and the Municipality of Frederikssund Courtesy of SLA and the Municipality of Frederikssund + 9