About 30 % of all Danish households now live in the capital, and it is expected that 1,000 new citizens will move to Copenhagen every month over the coming years – more than 10,000 per year.
This makes it difficult to build in general, and almost impossible to build cheaply. Many search in vain for a suitable home that they can afford.
In the exhibition Housing and Welfare – Homes | Ensembles | City, LETH & GORI and Powerhouse Company’s ‘very social housing’ project for Boligforeningen 3B, researches one answer to the question if there are forms of housing and its ensembles that suggest Copenhagen spaces of tomorrow?
You still have time to go a see our 1:20 scale model of the central stairwell that forms a common meeting space in the housing complex – supporting the feeling of togetherness and community.
The exhibition is open until 14 May at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation in Copenhagen.
You can download the exhibition catalogue here: Catalogue Housing and Welfare