Community-Based Design for Urban Nature in Copenhagen Public
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The city of Copenhagen has emphasized a strong desire to increase the number of urban nature projects throughout the city, preventing the effects of urban sprawl. Organizations like Growing Pathways support urban nature projects utilizing community involvement throughout Copenhagen due to the various health and environmental benefits. Our goal was to develop an engaging greenspace design for Growing Pathways and the Øresundskollegiet dormitory using community input. Through interviewing experts and stakeholders, surveying dormitory residents, and conducting a design probe, we investigated effective greenspace design. Our team was able to design a 3D model of a greenspace adjacent to blocks J, K, and L of the dormitory complex, with the hopes that they can implement it in the future.
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