C.F. Møller is creating a waterfront ecovillage with green urban surroundings in Denmark

Already the architect developing the Sundsholmerne ecovillage on the waterfront of the new Stigsborg district in Aalborg, Denmark, C.F. Møller has now also been chosen to create its surrounding green space.

The Sundsholmerne sustainable community is part of the 54ha (133ac) Stigsborg Waterfront project, which is transforming old industrial sites into new neighbourhoods.

Covering 5,000sq m (54,000sq ft), Sundsholmerne will feature a variety of housing with communal facilities that will help to minimise energy use and strengthen the social aspect of the community.

There will be an electric car sharing scheme, kitchen gardens, greenhouses, barbecue areas and a communal house with guest rooms, offices and an eating hall. Residents will also be encouraged to eat with and cook for each other.

The village will be part of the much larger Stigsborg Waterfront Stage 1 development that has now been awarded to C.F. Møller and is expected to be complete by 2023.

The 33ha (82ac) area around the houses is to be developed into "an attractive, vibrant and green urban space."

There will be spaces for nature, recreation and wellbeing, as well as clear connections between the waterfront and the residential developments.

The integration of housing into green space in this way will contribute to healthy, active lifestyles for residents.

Additional local shops, services, schools and urban spaces will also be created.

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Already the architect developing the Sundsholmerne ecovillage on the waterfront of the new Stigsborg district in Aalborg, Denmark, C.F. Møller has now also been chosen to create its surrounding green space. The Sundsholmerne sustainable community is part of the 54ha (133ac) Stigsborg Waterfront project, which is transforming old industrial sites into new neighbourhoods. Covering 5,000sq m (54,000sq ft), Sundsholmerne will feature a variety of housing with communal facilities that will
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