2015 - 2017
Dignified life with a village feel
The good life in a new village
As far possible from an institutional feel, this socially inclusive and safe village-like complex will be the new physical frame for residents of a number of heavy care institutions and nursing homes gathered in Gentofte.
New facilities for heavy care institutions and nursing homes are designed as a socially inclusive and safe village and based on a strong value-based program.
The village suits the context of single-family houses and rids the institution of an institutionalized feel while it offers new homely and dignified surroundings for residents and staff.
The masterplan for the area includes existing structures and allows construction in stages. New one-storey buildings with direct outdoor access will be crucial for the high-quality everyday life that does not feel ‘institutionalized’ despite the organization of the heavy care units.
Project name: Care institutions at Bank Mikkelsens Vej
Category:Culture & Institutions, Housing, Planning
Client: Gentofte Munincipality
Gross area: 25.000 m²
Date: 2015 - 2017
Status: Under construction
Number of units: 120 care units, 2 day/24hr children institutions
Cost of construction: DKK ca. 220. mio.
Program: Nursing homes, non-profit homes, day care
Activity: Advisor incl Architecture, landscape, user process
Job type: 1st prize in competition
Contact: Jan Albrechtsen, firstname.lastname@example.org
Project group: Pernille Schyum Poulsen, Michael Delin, Stine Christiansen, Kristian Martinsen, Susanne Schelde, Camilla Stilling, Pi Dehli Kolbye, Signe Lynge Nielsen, Martin Andersson, Thomas Nybo Rasmussen, Camilla Libonati, Kirstine Fagerlund Hvidegaard
Employees: Morten Dam Feddersen, Bjørn Krogh Andersen, Ingibjörg Benediktsdóttir, Lea Olsson
Architect: Vandkunsten Architects
Landscape: Vandkunsten Architects (Stine Poulsen (PK3) in competion)