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Veriana Abdulahu, Maya Skar, Rasmus Blindum & Emilie Eltzholtz

Studenteropgave: Semesterprojekt


This project deals with the phenomenon of temporary spaces and how it is increasingly used in strategic planning to stimulate specific areas in favour towards the city planner’s vision. Temporality is traditionally not a controlled mechanism, but a bottom-up process, which has been used for decades to change a discourse with tactical actions. That has changed; today temporary use is highest on the municipality’s priorities with a goal to give the city an unpredictable and creative element. But can the unpredictable be planned? To what extend does the process get affected when temporary spaces are strategically planned. With the use of theories by John Pløger, Henri Lefebvre, David Harvey, Sabine Hoffmeister and the publication Urban Catalyst this assignment strives to get closer to an understanding of the strategic process of temporary spaces as the goal. With the use of a case example, regarding the competition to design your own urban space at Kongens Nytorv, this project concludes on how strategic planning, on the right terms can produce new alternative spaces.

UddannelserPlan, By og Proces, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat
Udgivelsesdato19 maj 2014
VejledereMikkel Bille


  • Funktionelle paradigme
  • Henri Lefebvre
  • Kongens Nytorv
  • David Harvey
  • Sabine Hofmeister
  • Interurban konkurrence
  • Konkurrence
  • Midlertidige byrum
  • John Pløger