Monthly Archives: October 2015

Sharing Copenhagen´s Waterfront Run Trail With World Wide WordPress 5km 2015

As part of the Automattic’s Worldwide WordPress 5km 2015 run initiative this week, I would like to share my own corner of Copenhagen’s waterfront, ideal for running as there isn´t a traffic light in sight. The run starts in Copenhagen’s new hip neighborhood, Sluseholmen. From there you simply follow the waterfront trail enjoying the morning mist […]
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Islands Brygge: A Scent of Roasted Coffee

I thought I found the perfect brew of coffee on Divisadero in San Francisco at Josey Baker’s & Four Barrels Coffee, The Mill, this year, but happily something near to perfection is simmering almost on my doorstep. Since July, scents of roasted coffee beans has been wafting down Thorshavnsgade luring Copenhagen’s army of coffee aficionados […]
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Karens Minde: Bridging The Gap In South Harbor

Copenhagen’s South Harbor, has for the last 10 years witnessed major development projects that have transformed a static harbor and waterfront into a thriving residential and commercial area. Teglholmen and Sluseholmen are still undergoing expansion, but both neighborhoods still attract world-wide attention from an audience willing to learn from Copenhagen’s experiences in urban planning and […]
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In The Greenhouse

There are some places you discover unintentionally, others guided by a friend willing to share their hidden spaces. Rikke, a friend and passionate architect, shared with me some time ago one of her own favorite places, tucked away off Copenhagen’s beaten track in the borough of Frederiksberg. The Royal Danish Veterinarian and Agricultural School’s Garden has […]
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