27.10.2021

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.

The International Olympic Committee has awarded SLA’s Copenhill/Amager Bakke Rooftop Park + Ski Slope with a Gold Distinction for exemplary sports and leisure architecture.

The IOC IPC IAKS Architecture Prize is one of the world’s most sought-after prizes for sports, leisure and recreational facilities and given for exceptional and exemplary projects.

Copenhill/Amager Bakke receives the award due to its innovative combination of technical and social infrastructure and its highly sustainable solutions.

“The jury finds that Copenhill is an outstanding innovative facility, demonstrating how future city infrastructures can be of benefit to everyone on more than one level.”

— Excerpt from the jury report
The IOC IPC IAKS Architecture Prize is organized by The International Olympic Committee (IOC), the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) and the International Association for Sports and Leisure Facilities (IAKS).

Amager Bakke Rooftop Park is designed in close collaboration with BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group, MOE, and Malmos A/S for clients Fonden Amager Bakke and ARC – Amager Ressource Center.

30.11.2022

SLA appointed landscape architect for iconic 40-acre Earls Court Development

We are thrilled to share that we have been selected as landscape architect and public realm designer for the entire 40-acre (160.000 m2) site of the iconic Earls Court Development in Central London.

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26.10.2022

SLA wins 85,000 m2 masterplan for Oslo's old Fornebu Airport

We are thrilled to share that we have won the design and masterplan competition to transform Oslo’s old Fornebu Airport around Flytårnet Station into a new 85,000 m2 mixed-use city district.

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01.10.2022

The Courtyard of the Future inaugurated

How do we secure Copenhagen’s courtyards against cloudbursts while making them greener, more sustainable, and more livable? This was among the challenges for ‘Tomsgårdsvej – Courtyard of the Future,’ a new innovative climate adaptation project in Copenhagen’s North-West quarter, which has just been inaugurated.

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