...and I believe that the Danske Bank think so as well.its a fantastic location for it!
Not to mention Bernstorffsgade, where Bornholmerbussen and other busses stops. It is so foolish and ridiculous it makes me angry!Wouldn't it make sense for a spacious (maybe underground) bus terminal at the site as well? Ingerslevgade is the biggest joke ever - confused tourists on the bike path and no travel information whatsoever is not worthy of CPH. I mean, look no further than Gothenburg - it has a really nice terminal. And while they're at it they should connect the district to the Central Station / Circle Line station with an underground passage.
Yeah, it is beginning to look like that. The two biggest towers of 105 and 80 meters will certainly be a dominant feature in Copenhagen for years to come.Copenhagen - City of round Buildings...
That's 115 and 94 meters. They two highest towers have increased from may to august :cheers:^^
Yeah, it is beginning to look like that. The two biggest towers of 105 and 80 meters will certainly be a dominant feature in Copenhagen for years to come.
And it is probably better that they are round than the normal box look for such buildings.
The model are still volume studies, and the main access and circulation areas are illustrated, including the new pedestrian/cycle bridge over Carsten Niebuhrs Gade, as you see on the plan below. The proposal will be discussed by TMU on the 22nd august and then, if approved, serious designing will begin.@Never give up, are the models still preliminary volume studies or are we starting to see some real design?
Wouldn't it make sense for a spacious (maybe underground) bus terminal at the site as well?
Well, complaints are almost more interesting to write about. More drama.It's strange but newpapers always take the part of the negative participants. See page 3 of Cityavisen.
There were many at the meeting who were positive about the revised project, but of course it was the Nimbys that dominated and were often quite insulting and unpleasant.
One group of Nimbys actually put forward this alternative proposal. No prizes for guessing where they live.
Synes iøvrigt at det er sjovt det med at tårnene er runde."Total mangel på respekt overfor københavnere og
folkestyret, så hård lyder dommen fra
teknik- og miljø-borgmester Morten Kabel",