Gallery: Niels Bohr Science Park Laced with Light Flooded Vertical Gree...


Christensen & Co + Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects recently nabbed first prize in a competition to design the new Niels Bohr Science Park for the University of Copenhagen. Their winning proposal was conceived in collaboration with Ramboll DK + UK + SE, GHB Landscape Architects and Collin Gordon Associates, and includes 45,000 sq. meters of lab and educational facilities. The airy, glass-clad complex was designed to be flooded with natural light and its vertical gardens give students a green space to take breathers between classes.

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