SLA to transform the cultural 'Heart of Norway'
Together with Kvorning Design and Substrata we have won the assignment to develop a feasibility study and concept plan for one of Norway’s most important cultural and historical sites: The Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim – the home to the Norwegian Royal Regalia.
Team SLA wins 1 billion DKK transformation of Sygehus Nord
Our transformation of Sygehus Nord creates a ‘neighborhood for all life’ – for residents, neighbors, and citizens and for local nature, plants, and wildlife.
SLA and PensionDanmark win 45,000 m2 Sommarivabyen competition
We are happy to share that we – together with our partner PensionDanmark – have won the competition to develop Sommarivabyen in the City of Helsingør.
SLA wins 240,000 m2 development plan for Kongens Lyngby
We are thrilled to share that we have won the competition to design the development plan and new green public spaces for the 240,000 m2 revitalization of Kongens Lyngby north of Copenhagen.
SLA is part of the winning team for Toronto Quayside Project
We are thrilled to share that SLA is the Lead Landscape and Public Space Designers behind the winning proposal for the 12-acre (4.9 hectares) Quayside development in Waterfront Toronto, led by developers Dream Unlimited Corp and Great Gulf Group.
SLA wins big urban development project in Nivå
We are pleased to share that SLA together with NIRAS has won the exciting task of designing all of Nivå Bymidte’s new urban spaces, green wedges, and infrastructure.
SLA unveils Public Realm Masterplan for MIND – Milan Innovation District
SLA designs the Public Realm & Landscape Masterplan for MIND – Milan Innovation District that will transform the 100 ha former Milan 2015 EXPO site into a new global innovation district.
SLA wins Public Realm & Landscape Masterplan for One Euston
We are thrilled to share that we have been chosen as the winner of the international tender competition to masterplan the landscape and public realm for Euston – the 60-acre, £10 billion development project dubbed as one of London’s most important urban development projects for the next 30 years.
Double up for Al Fay Park and Copenhill at the World Architecture Festival
Al Fay Park is named World Landscape of the Year while Copenhill is named World Building of the Year at the prestigious World Architecture Festival.
Qasr al Hosn wins WAN Gold Award 2021
The comprehensive masterplan for the Qasr al Hosn site in Abu Dhabi has been awarded this year’s WAN Gold Award in the category ‘Mixed Use’.
Al Fay Park wins World Architecture Festival Award
We are very happy to share that Al Fay Park has been declared winner of the Landscape: Urban Context category at the World Architecture Festival – one of the world’s most coveted architectural awards.
People, place, and nature come together in our resilient vision for Downsview
Crafted with comprehensive dialogue between the world-class design team and the community, our vision for north Toronto’s Downsview district is green-minded, human-scale, and people-first.
Amager Bakke Rooftop Park wins Olympic Gold
The International Olympic Committee awards Amager Bakke Rooftop Park prestigious Gold Distinction for exemplary sports and leisure architecture.
SLA enters Climate Partnership with Bærum Municipality
Join the talk with Rasmus Astrup and Jan Gehl
SLA joins OAT's Triennalelaug
Budolfi Square chosen as the Danish representative for European Green Cities Award 2021
China Mobile Nature Campus breaks ground
Our China Mobile Nature Campus in Nanjing has broken ground.
In the project we have designed the central green nature park as the heart of the new China Mobile Nature Campus, tying the various building plots together in one coherent nature-based design.
The nature park creates the best working conditions for China Mobile’s employees by bringing nature into each employee’s daily work life and ensuring that all employees are encouraged to connect, innovate and share knowledge together.
Al Fay Park inaugurated
We are thrilled to share that our Al Fay Park in Abu Dhabi today was inaugurated by Sheikh Khalid bin Mohammed bin Zayed and is now open to the public.
SLA to design new climate adaptation project against flooding in Limfjorden
One of Denmark’s largest climate adaptation projects, the narrowing of the Thyborøn Canal to secure the entire western part of Limfjorden against floods, is moving closer. SLA, together with Rambøll and consultant Rasmus Johnsen, have won the tender to design the next phase of the project which is expected to cost 700 million DKK.