Kreativt Kød

Arnela Raonic, Sarah Marie Jensen, Nanna Moth Tofting Jacobsen, Anna-cathrine Willaume Andersen, Sarah Feilberg, Barnett Jørgensen & Titian AnneMarie

Studenteropgave: Semesterprojekt


This paper investigates how the society tends to move in a high speed, and how this tendency has created a reaction. We are focusing on Slow Movement, which also has been our inspiration from the very beginning. To specify our field, we decided to work with a specific area in Copenhagen, Kødbyen. We participated in Colliers Award 2013, a competition for students regarding Kødbyens development towards becoming attractive for tourist, artist and business companies around the world. Colliers’ focus was on Kød og Kreativitet (meat and creativity). We therefore found it particularly interesting to keep working with Slow Movement, because this movement also works with creativity. With our participation in the competition and our interest for Slow Movement, we found theories of aesthetics and urban planning interesting. In our paper we are including Kristine Samson, David Harvey, Richard Florida and Nicolas Bourriaud. In addition to Richard Florida we also include Joseph Beuys’ thoughts about creativity and art. We thought it would be interesting to keep the old slaughterhouses and in addition to that develop the area to all different sorts of crafts, like carpenters and mechanics. Our focus point is to make Kødbyen a place of diversity.

UddannelserBasis - Humanistisk-Teknologisk Bacheloruddannelse, (Bachelor uddannelse) Basis
Udgivelsesdato12 dec. 2013
VejledereGry Worre


  • Kød, Kreativitet, Kødbyen
  • Kristine Samson, Richard Florida, David Harvey, Nicolas Bourriaud, Joseph Beuys
  • Gamle håndværksfag
  • Byrum, Byudvikling
  • Slow Movement