Copenhagen NV features lots of thought-provoking new architecture, public spaces and emerging cultural communities, small creative businesses, entrepreneurs, – and of course hipsters. But the area also embodies the rise of the Danish welfare society since the early 20th century. Blending into local everyday life on the bike lanes, the architecture and community bike tour covers a wide range of housing schemes, culture buildings, and public spaces.
You'll ride detours on the backside of town with plenty of graffiti and street art to enjoy as well. Visit buildings of prominence, such as the Grundtvig Church, public spaces like Superkilen (by Bjarke Ingels/BIG) and contemporary building design, such as the local library (by COBE Architects).
In addition, you will also pass residential project developments, social and affordable housing ranging in time from the mid 20th century to today.