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Architizer reports on Superkilen, Copenhagen’s new kilometre-long park that cuts through the Nørrebro neighborhood. The diverse neighbourhood is home to more than 60 nationalities; as such, the park is features cultural mementos from the home countries of the area’s residents. Designed by art group Superflex, Topotek 1 architects, and BIG, the park was designed in a highly participatory manner to maximize “freedom of expression”. The Red Square features bright colours and recreation activities, the Black Square weaves white lines, fountains and palm trees around a rolling landscape, and the Green Park is a linear lawn.
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