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2015 – Volvo V60 on Kalvebod Bølge on Kalvebod Brygge in København or Copenhagen, Denmark 🇩🇰.

2015 – Volvo V60 T6 Polestar on Kalvebod Bølge on Kalvebod Brygge in Copenhagen, Denmark 🇩🇰.

2019 – Kalvebod Bølge on Kalvebod Brygge in Copenhagen (Google Streetview)

2019 – Kalvebod Bølge on Kalvebod Brygge in Copenhagen

Kalvebod Bølge is located on Kalvebod Brygge in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Kalvebod Brygge (literally “Kalvebod Quay”) is a waterfront area in the Vesterbro district of Copenhagen, Denmark. The name also refers to a section of the Ring 2 ring road which follows the waterfront from Langebro in the north to the H. C. Ørsted Power Station in the south. The area is dominated by office buildings, Tivoli Conference Center, several hotels and the shopping centre Fisketorvet.

The southern part of the area, south of Bernstoffsgade, is to the west bounded by an extensive railway terrain, a section of which is now under redevelopment into a linear park with scattered buildings and a super bikeway, which will ultimately provide a greenway between the city centre and the South Harbour.

The northern part of the road, northeast of Bernstoffsgade, belongs to the Indre By district. It is bounded to the north by the small Rysensteen Quarter where the Copenhagen Police Headquarters is located.

Kalvebod Brygge is situated opposite the popular Copenhagen summer hang out, Islands Brygge. Kalvebod Brygge has the potential to be Islands Brygge’s more urban counterpart but has, until now, been synonymous with a desolated office address devoid of life and public activities.

This new waterfront is a place for a larger spectrum of public activities. With a close connection to the central train station and Tivoli, Copenhagen’s famous city amusement park, ‘Kalvebod Bølge’ or the ‘Kalvebod Waves’ has become a hub, buzzing with activity and providing a chance for the inner city to regain its connection to the harbor. Constituted more by its functionality than its tradition, this inner city site is less fragile than others and manifests Copenhagen’s contemporary urban waterfront with neighboring entities such as the Black Diamond Library and the Nykredit building.

According to the schedule the complex should be finished mid 2010. The project consists of two main plazas, which extend across the water and are positioned with regards to sunlight and wind conditions. To the south, the pier allows for a flexible public space on the water with facilities to host events related to the creative industry. During the last 10 years Copenhagen has developed into a stronghold for the creative class, therefore Kalvebod Brygge proposes an urban showcase that gives organizations, companies, festivals and fairs a location along the waterfront.

In connection with this space, an active water enclave is created, for various water related activities. The plaza and surrounding pontoons provide the necessary facilities for these activities to function. The flow of boats that commute to and from the water hub also creates an active maritime background and secures the connectivity of the plaza to the rest of the city.

More information at en.wikipedia.org, archdaily.com and visitcopenhagen.com.

Thanks to Kåre Gundersen for finding this place!

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