Det mangfoldige byrum

Christian Vejby Voss, Malene Bybjerg Hoffmeyer, Ricki Christiansen, Johanne Engbirk, Jonatan Waagner Kristiansen, Josefine Gustafsson Mohr Hansen & Lucca Marie Nielsen

Studenteropgave: Semesterprojekt


This study investigates the inactive urban space of Bremensgade bydelsplads at Amager, Copenhagen. This urban space is primarily visited by alcoholics and crossing bicyclists. What is required of Bremensgade bydelsplads, to make the locals want to use it? What makes a good functional urban space, which is still capable of matching the diversity of the local population? By adopting a theoretical basis from Jan Gehl and Jane Jacobs, collecting empirical material, both quantitative and qualitative, and analysing the overall strategy from the City of Copenhagen, Metropol for mennesker, this project will strive to demonstrate how to make the local population use Bremensgade bydelsplads. The empirical data is collected by interviewing the chairman of Amager Øst Lokaludvalg, a local committee of the area, interviewing locals with different social backgrounds and through observations. The aim of this project is to design a new version of Bremensgade bydelsplads. A new version that meets the needs of the locals and invites everyone in the diverted neighbourhood to use this urban space.

UddannelserBasis - Humanistisk-Teknologisk Bacheloruddannelse, (Bachelor uddannelse) Basis
Udgivelsesdato21 dec. 2015
VejledereMajen Toftager Larsen


  • Bymiljø
  • Brugerundersøgelse
  • Lokaludvalget
  • Lokaludvalgsformand
  • Amager
  • Øldrikkerne
  • Grønne områder
  • Bykvalitet
  • Metropol for mennesker
  • SDSM
  • Interview
  • Mangfoldighed
  • Fakta
  • Amager Øst
  • Byliv
  • Lokalsamfund
  • Gentrificering
  • Københavnerklinker
  • Holmbladsgade
  • Eksplorativ observation
  • Mobilitetskort
  • Jan Gehl
  • Lokalplan
  • Jane Jacobs
  • Byrum
  • Bydelsplads
  • Diversitet
  • Superkilen
  • Byplanlægning
  • Bremensgade
  • Cykelsti
  • Ekspert interview
  • Brugerinddragelse
  • Observation
  • Deltagerobservation
  • Rekreativitet