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“Put A Park On It!” Says Copenhagen To Ugly Parking Garages

Pompidou-inspired car park by JAJA Architects to feature planted facade and rooftop park

Pompidou-inspired car park by JAJA Architects to feature planted facade and rooftop park

Car park by JAJA Architects features a planted facade and rooftop park

Pompidou-inspired car park by JAJA Architects to feature planted facade and rooftop park

Pensando em minimizar o impacto causado pelos veículos particulares, a JAJA Architects, empresa de arquitetura de Copenhague, Dinamarca, desenvolveu um projeto que faz das garagens mais do um local para deixar os carros.

Projeto transforma estacionamento em área de convivência com teto verde e jardim vertical

This multi-storey car park for Copenhagen by local firm JAJA Architects will feature a plant-covered facade to hide the cars inside and grand external staircases leading to a landscaped park on the roof

JAJA Architects wins parking garage project in Nordhavn development of Copenhagen proposing a green facade and a rooftop public park.

JAJA Architects Reinvent the Parking Garage as a Green Community Space with Park 'n' Play

JAJA Architects Reinvent the Parking Garage as a Green Community Space with Park ‘n’ Play Park+Play Car Park Jaja Architects 7 – Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Arquitectonica Greenwraps a Parking Garage

Arquitectonica Greenwraps a Parking Garage

Newown Park Apartments, Wellington, New Zealand by Isthmus and Studio Pacific Architecture

Newtown Park Apartments, Wellington, New Zealand by Isthmus and Studio Pacific Architecture

Deconstructed City: Vancouver's Parkades Under Parks

If you're going to have a car parkade, best to put a real park on top of it like this one here in Vancouver's Coal Harbour.

Panasonic showroom in Vietnam uses a perforated terracotta façade to create a simple yet significant impact on the surrounding landscape.

Panasonic showroom in Vietnam uses a perforated terracotta façade to create a simple yet significant impact on the surrounding landscape.

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the development is part of the 'euratlantique' project and features a brightly lit car parking building with retail and housing integrated into the surrounding green spaces.

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