MUTOPIA’s MeatPacking District Masterplan featured in ‘The Flexible City’

MUTOPIA’s masterplan for The Meatpacking District in Copenhagen is featured in ‘The Flexible City- Sustainable Solutions for a Europe in transition’ as an example of successful revitalization based on a future-oriented, dynamic flexible planning.

MUTOPIA’s K-plan has driven, since its release in 2007, the burgeoning of the old meat industry area of Copenhagen into an active and open urban district, integrated in the public and recreational network of the city.

‘The Flexible City’ by authors Tom Bergevoet and Maarten van Tuijl is a publication on the future of the European cities and the necessity for the sustainable transformation of the existing urban fabric.

The book launch ‘the Flexible City’ will take place on the 21st of January in the Amsterdam based Pakhuis de Zwijger. Serban Cornea will give an interview at the launch event on how to establish a programmatic mix combined with densification strategies of a listed area as the key to balancing traditional trades and creative newcomers.



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Jens Larsen arkitekt MAA, imarken arkitekturfotografi

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