Gallery: Steven Holl’s Stunning Solar Copenhagen Bridge

 

A welcoming beacon before a shining expanse of sea, Steven Holl Architects‘ LM project will update Copenhagen’s waterfront with two eye-catching photovoltaic-sheathed skyscrapers and a sky bridge studded with wind turbines. The iconic development recently took first place in a competition to design a new gateway for Copenhagen, and it was approved in a unanimous vote by the jury.

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  1. R2D2 November 12, 2008 at 12:17 pm

    Oh wow, another wonky landmark.

    I see density from a working standpoint here, but not any indication of a dense urban fabric. Also, where are these wind generators? All I see is scaleless goofy form and an unneccessary bridge.

  2. SPG November 10, 2008 at 9:49 pm

    Keep in mind that there aren’t too many really tall buildings in Copenhagen and this will stand out all that much more.

  3. AtHomewithKimVallee November 10, 2008 at 6:03 pm

    Impressive architecture. Nice to see green innovation coexists with amazing high-tech design.

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