Copenhagen Green | Free Outdoor Exhibit

Copenhagen Green Exhibit webCopenhagen is aiming to become the world’s first carbon-neutral capital in 2025, so a lot of interesting initiatives are happening everywhere. Here you can see a guide to 100 green spots in the city! The exhibition is currently at Nytorv in the very city center (on Strøget) and in mid-august it will be moved to Højbro Plads. It is lit at night and there is a pavilion where you can buy the book and postcards. You  can flip through their e-book on their website. Check it out for photos and up-to-date info. | website | instagram | facebookmap


Museums | Part I: Glyptoteket

Glyptoteket head panorama copy web IMG_7709 copy webIMG_7638 copy webGlyptoteket is a big museum in the very city center with both antient and modern exhibitions. You can see anything from mummies to Van Gogh, and it is FREE ON SUNDAYS! You will find it near City Hall Square, right across the street from Tivoli Gardens. You can sit down and relax in the beautiful, skylit garden to the sound of the two fountains or head up to the 3rd floor, where the roof terrace offers a 360 view over the city. | website | map

Streets of Copenhagen | Part II: Olfert Fischers Gade & Snaregade

The Genetically Modified Little Mermaid

Copenhagen, for many, is synonymous with the famous statue of Hans Christian Andersen’s Little Mermaid (Den Lille Havfrue), but did you know that a 10 minute walk north of the real Little Mermaid you can find her less-known, genetically modified little sister? While the mermaid poses on her rocks in the harbor, the rest of the genetically modified family is rising up from the 400m2 fountain on the square. | map


Copenhagen Bicycles | Part I: Cykelslangen & Bryggebroen

A bike ride on the new orange ‘Harbor Ramp’ for bicycles and bryggebroen – the bicycle bridge connecting Copenhagen’s Vesterbro quarter with Islands Brygge. The ramp starts at the entrance to Fisketorvet Shopping Center. This innovative, winding bicycle path is built at 5.5 meter’s height and takes the biker through a landscape of modern danish architecture. It is an amazing example of smart urban city planning that separates the cyclists from the pedestrians for better safety in traffic | website | map

Shot with a GoPro Hero 3+ Black edition @ 1080p 24fps superview with head mount.

Streets of Copenhagen | Part I: Magstræde

When you visit Copenhagen’s city center, be sure to take a walk down the cosy side streets on both sides of Strøget. This photo is taken on Magstræde, a narrow street with old, colorful buildings | map

Store Fronts | Part I

1. CMYK kld | Jægersborggade 51, kld. 2200 kbh N | website | map

2. Café Blå Time | Store Kongensgade 36, 1264 kbh K | website | map

3. Track Bike Shop | Rantzausgade 2, 2200 kbh N | facebookmap

4. No. 40 Copenhagen | Gammel Kongevej 39A, 1610 kbh V | websitemap

Christianshavn | Part I: Panorama & Courtyards


The Christianshavn neighborhood is located right across Knippelsbro bridge to the east of city center. It is surrounded by Copenhagen Harbor to the north-west, an old moat to the east and south and is full of small canals and streets that you could explore for hours.

If you sneek a peek inside some of the gates to the north of the canal and Torvegade you will find some gourgeous, fairy tale courtyards that almost make you feel as if you were in Southern Europe. Taking a walk in the area to the south of Torvegade and the canal you will find charming, colorful, old houses (especially on Amagergade). You’ll find that it is Continue reading

Modern Architecture | Part I


If you like modern architecture and innovative design then Copenhagen is the place for you. Over the past years so many amazing buildings have risen and even entire areas of contemporary design structures like you’ve never seen before. Here are only a few shots of the many buildings and I’ll be posting lots more.

1. The Crystal is an award winning green building on the Kalvebod Brygge Waterfront. Architect: Stig L. Andersson website | map

2. Punkthusene: This incredible building is one of 3 Punkthusene buildings at Tuborg Harbour. The Harbour located in the Hellerup area is rich in contemporary architecture and if you’re a fan, it’s worth a visit. It’s about 5 km north from the city center. Architect: Vilhelm Lauritzen Arkitekter A/S. website | map

3. The Dome of Visions: This facinating structure is 10,5 meters heigh with a diameter of 21 meters. Is the architects idea for sustainable construction solutions for a greener future. It’s free to take a look inside. You can even buy a tap beer at the wooden bar and have a seat outside. There are many plants growing inside, grapes and fig trees. It is located right next to The Black Diamond (The Royal Library) and it has a wonderful view of the harbor. Architects: NCC website | map

4. The Aller Media Building is a triangular glass building located on the outermost pier in havneholmen, right next to Fisketorvet Shopping Center. Close by: Bryggebroen, Cykelslangen, Gemini Residence, Islands Brygge. So if you’re interested in inovative urban design this is an area for you. Architects: PLH Architects website | map