Tag Archives: Frederiksberg

Black Still Sparkling On Gammel Kongevej

Gammel Kongevej has long been a vital nerve, linking Copenhagen’s fashionable districts of Vesterbro and Frederiksberg. This popular thoroughfare has over recent years undergone significant traffic modernizations in a attempt to accommodate the demands of pedestrians, cyclists and car owners. One could debate the result, especially the dimensions of the bike lanes, however recent visits suggest […]
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Copenhagen’s Christmas Design Markets Flourishing

  Copenhagen´s Christmas Markets are maybe not in the same league as Berlin’s, however over the last few years Copenhagen has seen the concept blossom. One of the best and smallest, is the Designers Christmas Market in Frederiksberg, a neighborhood in central Copenhagen. Located in a yard on H.C. Ørstedsvej, the market has become a […]
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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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Værnedamsvej: Thriving In No-Mans Land

Squeezed between the two boroughs of Copenhagen and Frederiksberg, Værnedamsvej thrives in no-mans land with its own distinct coolness. A stroll down this tightly packed street on an early Saturday morning with Granola´s café guests consuming espressos and newspapers with gay abandon, you would be forgiven if you thought you had arrived in Marais. The […]
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Under Copenhagen

On the face of it, it probably was a bizarre decision descending from a glorious sun- bedecked Copenhagen with a sky so blue, into Denmark’s only dripstone cave, The Cisterns. This unique 4.320 square meter underground space, located under the center of Søndermarken Park, has long been on my to-do list, since it opened to […]
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