Flyvestation Værløse | Faldskærmsvej, Denmark | Juul Frost Architects


On the plains first shaped by the glaciers of the ice age and afterwards the use as a military airfield, Juul | Frost Architects have designed a project where the cultural, natural and urban landscape is merged into a hybrid landscape.

The project comprises 10 ha of landscape, including 3 open courtyards, a common area designed as a hill landscape, lakes, ditches and roads as well as 100 rowhouses. The first phase has just been realized and comprises 38 rowhouses embraced by a green and lush water sensitive landscape and 7 ha of common area. A landscape, that and accentuates the historical layers of the site, turns

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