The plaza and new entrance to Bispebjerg Cemetery, is a new urban space in an area that used to be inside the walls of the cemetery. As a gesture to the neighbourhood, the Cemetery is opened up and made accessible for everybody as a green space in a dense urban neighborhood.
The surrounding brick wall is an iconic element in the area of ‘Nordvest’, a neighborhood with a strong character, representing the Danish brick-built buildings at its best, with beautiful housing blocks and a famous yellow brick church building, the Grundtvig’s Church. Paying tribute to bricks and tiles, these are the main materials in the new project.
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