05.12.2021

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.

We are thrilled and humbled to share that Al Fay Park has been named World Landscape of the Year by the World Architecture Festival – one of the world’s most prestigious architectural awards.

Out of more than 100 landscape entries from around the world, Al Fay Park emerged victoriously. Al Fay Park was also declared the winner of the ‘Landscape: Urban Context’ category.

“Al Fay Park is a thoughtful and intelligent response which takes into consideration pressing contemporary social and environmental issues. It is more over a delightful and biodiverse oasis in a dense desert city.”

— World Architecture Festival Super Jury

We are equally happy and proud to share that Copenhill/Amager Bakke furthermore received the coveted ‘World Building of the Year’ award. Copenhill is designed together with BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group.

“Copenhill addresses the role of architecture in the new world of recycling and zero carbon. It treats infrastructure projects in a way which makes people say 'Yes in my back yard' rather than 'no.' It encourages designers to think beyond the brief, to argue for ideas, and to ride the tides of politics and economics in the pursuit of the socially beneficial. And it reminds us that buildings can be fun!”

— World Architecture Festival Program Director, Paul Finch

The double-win for SLA in the World Architecture Festival’s two main categories is an unprecedented achievement. No architect or landscape architecture practice has ever won both awards the same year.

We are immensely proud and happy and congratulate all our friends and collaborators!

Al Fay Park: Our client Abu Dhabi Department of Municipalities and Transport, and Parsons (architect of record), iGuzzini (lighting), and Barari (contractor).

Copenhill/Amager Bakke: BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group (building architect), MOE (engineers), and Malmos (contractor).

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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.

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10.05.2022

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.

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05.05.2022

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.

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