The capital’s new neighbourhood emerges from the old industrial harbour, between the sea and the sky. Expansion is necessary because Copenhagen’s population will increase by 100 000 inhabitants by 2025. This requires space, jobs and housing.
How do we present the overall story of the city’s expansion into what used to be industrial harbour areas? How do we create a temporary space, where you can experience the totality of the future city district that is being built over the coming years?
The exhibition has been set up in the old DLG silo, which is Nordhavn’s prime landmark. Here, we present models and plans for Nordhavn’s future development in the preserved raw industrial silo spaces. Over the next five years, the exhibition will be the central platform for CPH City & Port Development’s sales and communication activities.