The recently completed Vestre Fjord Park by ADEPT is a recreational learning and experience landscape that generously contributes to the full experience of its unique site by the Danish fjord, the Limfjord. It is the nuanced balance between the natural landscape, the activities and functions and the park’s many daily | Read More
ADEPT & Mandaworksare now officially announced winners of the large urban development of Kolkajen-Ropsten in Stockholm’s Royal Seaport, Sweden. The Jury appointed the proposal, ’Royal Neighbour’ as the winner of the parallel assignment on basis of it’s high architectural and urban qualities. Since summer 2014, the team has worked closely with | Read More
In the German city Flensburg, close to the Danish border, ADEPT is now publicly announced the 1st prize winner of a high-profile competition for a new city gate along Bahnhofstrasse – a central urban axis leading to the main station.
Döderhultsviken | Oskarshamn Sweden | Mandaworks, Adept, Hosper Sweden and WSP After years of changes in the port industry , demands for larger areas and harbor depth has moved much of harbor industry out of the inner harbor and onto new quays further from the city center. With the goal | Read More
Oskarshamn is a small harbor town on Sweden’s east coast with a population of 17,258 in 2010. It sits midway between the summer town of Västervik and the university and cultural city of Kalmar. Characterized by the port industries and businesses, the city relationship with the water has changed dramatically within the | Read More
ADEPT and LiWplanning recently were awarded The Danish Landscape Award 2010 for the project ”Måløv Axis”, developed in collaboration with Imitio and Søren Jensen Engineering. The purpose of the award is to bring landscape architecture in both urban and rural areas into focus. In addition, the award is an opportunity to honour | Read More
Building Design reports “Danish practices Adept Architects and Schonherr Landscape have beaten Foster and Partners to win a competition to design a new settlement on a 100ha site in Helsingborg, Sweden. Other shortlisted entrants to the H+ planning competition were Sweden’s White Architects, KCAP Architects and Planners from the Netherlands | Read More