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Carlsberg Masterplan

Major Urban Project in Copenhagen, Sjælland, Denmark: Renewal – design by Entasis Architects

9 Sep 2016

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Carlsberg Copenhagen building

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Carlsberg Copenhagen building

Carlsberg Copenhagen building

Carlsberg Copenhagen building

Carlsberg Copenhagen building

Carlsberg Copenhagen building

Carlsberg Copenhagen building

Carlsberg Copenhagen building

Carlsberg Copenhagen building

Carlsberg Copenhagen building

Carlsberg Copenhagen building

Carlsberg Copenhagen building

Carlsberg Copenhagen building

Carlsberg Copenhagen building

Carlsberg Copenhagen building

Carlsberg Copenhagen building

Carlsberg Copenhagen building

Carlsberg Copenhagen building

Carlsberg Copenhagen building

Carlsberg Copenhagen building

Carlsberg Copenhagen building

Carlsberg Copenhagen building

Carlsberg Copenhagen building

Carlsberg Copenhagen building

Carlsberg Copenhagen building

2 Sep 2008

Carlsberg Masterplan

Carlsberg – our city, Copenhagen, Denmark
2008-27
Design: Entasis

Carlsberg – our city

Competition won in 2007 by Entasis for a new town in Copenhagen

The New Carlsberg City District, a 33 ha site

Carlsberg – our city_masterplan
Carlsberg Masterplan

Carlsberg – our city – our spaces
In 2007 from 221 entries Entasis won the international competition on the development of Carlsberg’s old industrial plot in Valby/Copenhagen.
Carlsberg – our city is a network of public spaces that offer themselves to users in the form of gardens, squares, axes, streets, alleys, passages and, last but not least a number of privately owned but publicly accessible buildings. It is an ambition that so many of the existing buildings and all of the existing outdoor space should open up to public life.

New Carlsberg city train station – illustration
Carlsberg city train station

Carlsberg our city, therefore, means space rather than building.

As a natural consequence of this, the city’s room to find an architectural spirit before the buildings can be built. 12 major urban spaces at Carlsberg have been given a functional and aesthetic code. In view of the codes the urban spaces must find their natural form. An urban space is essential for the nearby buildings and help to encode architectural and functional form.

Public space_brewery house plaza – illustration from the competition
Carlsberg - our city

The city’s room first – the buildings afterwards.
With a proposal seeking reconciliation of the classic city’s density and credible urban spaces – with state-of-the-art knowledge in sociology, architecture, art and engineering – the vision for a future city is created. Carlsberg wants to be in the lead and show the way for a social, economic and environmental sustainable city.
Social sustainability will support the creation of a strong and diverse city driven by verve, the diversity of experiences and meetings between cultures. The social sustainability is to be found in the diverse city where the cultural buildings and spaces, offices, kindergartens, shops and homes coexist. The diversity of housing posibilities is maximized and different ownership is aimed at different target groups. The green city and the healthy city are further themes in the social sustainability subject.

Public Space_colonnade – illustration
Carlsberg city Public Space

Carlsberg financial sustainability is the city’s development which largely supports the company Carlsberg as a business. The area’s development is changed to a new town in Copenhagen, which in quality and content distinguished, so also tourists, Copenhageners, neighbours and others want to come here and use the spaces. The lively and close town in new and historical framework is the area’s attraction, and makes sure that many will live, work and use the area, and ultimately ensure economic earnings to the company Carlsberg.

Public space_main road and the Carlsberg gate – illustration
Carlsberg gate

Environmental sustainability minimizes resource use and environmental impacts in the new Carlsberg city. Enviromental sustainability is also reached through an objective of low energy and CO2 neutral operation of the city’s houses, of nearby public transport, of urban density, combined with the requirement of underground parking, a priority of vulnerable road users, which creates the basis for that the city can be built according to environmentally sound principles, where organic measures appear integrated with the architecture and point to a sustainable city. It is a goal to make Carlsberg into a CO2 neutral city.

Public space_water plaza – illustration from competition
Carlsberg water plaza

Vacating the site, the Carlsberg company – the breweries and several other industrial and business functions – leave an enormous heritage, which gives the new city a base to be built on. The heritage in means of buildings spaces, basements, art, statues, trees and different materials, are to be used actively in the new city.

Public Space_The plaza of industrial culture – illustration
Carlsberg Public Space

Carlsberg – our city is already in the making as the first masterplan is laid out to public hearing and architect offices and planning professionals have started planning of the first phases of the new city.

Public space_the basement plaza – illustration
Carlsberg Public Space

Address: Carlsberg – Copenhagen
Client: Carlsberg Ejendomme A/S
Architect: entasis A/S
Size: The area is 33 hectares with a total settlement of 600,000 sq metres
Competition project: won in 2007

Network of public spaces – illustration plan
Carlsberg Public Spaces

Sustainability figure_Idea of how to make a sustainable city
Carlsberg Public Space

Intent and goal on operational energy consumption
Carlsberg Public Space

Classical vs modern city scape
Carlsberg Public Space

Building images from Entasis 020908

Also by Entasis : Marstrands Have housing complex, Copenhagen
2003
Marstrands Have housing
Mixed type housing

Entasis


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