KADK students come up with sustainable ideas for Danish industrial sites
Over the past months, 37 architecture students from the Institute of Architecture and Technology have been working intensively on a project dealing with the development of the old Maglemølle industrial site at Næstved. Each of them has come up with an idea for how to develop the site – with future jobs and the cultural environment in mind. The projects will now be exhibited in the Energy Centre at Maglemølle.
Head of programme, Frans Drewniak praises the students’ work on this complex task: ”This is not a site with a decisive master plan, and there are many things, which the students have to take account of – including terrorist protection of the harbour, and the structure and infrastructure of the town. For many years I have worked in the field of environment and sustainable construction, and we have some of the most talented students here. It has resulted in some wonderful projects, and it will be a really, really beautiful exhibition.”
The students have been praised for seeing, and exploiting the opportunities offered by the use of the latest technology for used materials and consolidating the development in an industrial site like Maglemølle with its unique architecture.
The projects will now be exhibited in the Energy Centre at Maglemølle.