We Architecture conceives sustainable urban plan for Farum suburb. Urban planning methods vary from place to place depending on the need of the hour and the landscape. But they share more urban communities is fragmentation.Although a witness makes a lot of development, they do so in a way that borders on sustainable development and green space. As such, we are in a world that has all the modern amenities you ever needed, but functions such as open spaces and concepts such as harmony. In view of this company fragmented landscape architecture, Danish We designed a master plan for Farum, a suburb about 20 km from the capital of Denmark, Copenhagen.
Titled “Farum”, the project will bring together companies with a building typology that is based on a grid of 40×40 meters. It focuses on the combination of the suburbs has to offer with the best of civility. Green spaces will be upgraded, while the square will house spaces and other areas of commerce. This physical proximity hope to bring together the community in a manner consistent with that of a suburb.
Pedestrian streets have trees along the edges, providing people with natural shade and fresh air. Instead of the usual streets that break the area, the plaza will be built where people can stroll and mingle with each other. The buildings also feature green space for nearby residents to relax and enjoy recreational activities.A look at the architectural plan shows a large amount of space allocated for trees, forests and other areas, usually found in the suburbs.
These methods of urban planning who try to undo the “damage” caused by large-scale development. Unlike past that saw close-knit communities and pepper trees in their areas, urban cities today seem to exist in fragmentation. This has led to communities living in separation, divided by roads and large concrete areas.
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