Christian Ludvig Tonning, Fie Freja Pedersen, Mette Mygind Madsen, Mia Jagd Lauritsen & Mikkel Sørvin Kristiansen

Studenteropgave: Semesterprojekt


The city of Copenhagen is a lively place - especially in the summer. In the winter-season however, it seems everything quiets down and the inhabitants tend to stay indoor, frowning at the cold weather, despite many opportunities to enjoy the winter. Some because they don’t know about all the great events the city has to offer and others because they simply prefer to stay indoors. Thus, the streets of Copenhagen is primarily used to go from one warm place to another when winter arrives. Through prototyping, experience-design theories by Pine & Gilmore, Jantzen and others, cocooned in a shell of iterative processes, this project aims to enlighten the citizens of Copenhagen about the special outdoor winter activities the city has to offer, or if nothing else, encourage a reflection of their winter habits. This was done through an installation design rooted in before-mentioned ideologies and placed by Søerne in Copenhagen and at Frederiksberg Runddel. The intention was to either disturb people and the space it was placed in, or, in the case of the latter, to enter into a certain space-specific context. This project found the installation-design was able to stop and intrigue passersby with it’s unique lights and appearance as long as there were no competition from other external influences. Although the stop-effect clearly worked out as intended, the educational memorabilia-function failed to inspire in most cases. As such, only some criterias of the installation were met.

UddannelserPerformance-design, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat
Udgivelsesdato12 jan. 2014
VejledereKristine Samson


  • æstetik
  • pine & gilmore
  • installation
  • københavn
  • design
  • jantzen
  • iterative proces
  • byrum
  • oplevelsesdesign
  • oplevelsesøkonomi
  • sikkert 12-tal