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Influencer @asteryx, Oakland USA, visiting Copenhagen in August 2018.
If you begin your visit in Nørrebrogade, you'll step into a big red landscape. Continuing through Superkilen you'll then pass through a hilly grass-green landscape to end in the jet-black bazaar. The three colours mark the different functions of the spaces - and the aim of creating a place with something to suit every taste.
The Red Square
The red zone is dedicated to physical activities - situated as an extension of Nørrebrohallen sports centre this zone is laid out for team sports and outdoor fitness.
The Green Park
The green space is designed as a landscape with hills, a playground and picnic spots for parties and family get-togethers.
The Black Market
The wedge ends in the black space where chess tables and benches invite reflective relaxation. At weekends the black part of the wedge can be turned into a bazaar for local traders and hawkers.
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