Nordhavn is a testament to what's achievable with smart ideas and skilful urban planning. This area harbours the fusion of liveability, sustainability, and intelligent urban design within a thriving smart city, such as the Danish capital. It's a place of many 'firsts': having pioneered the use of concrete in dock construction and led the world's transition from mechanical to electric power. This inventive spirit is still evident today, as Nordhavn blazes a trail, demonstrating how today’s cities can embrace sustainability without compromising the quality of life. Designed with the '15-minute city' principle in mind, this district ensures that residents can access shops, institutions, cultural venues, and public transportation within a 15-minute walk—an urban-planning philosophy coined by Carlos Moreno, associate professor at the Université Panthéon Sorbonne, with the goal of addressing climate change and improving sustainable social living. Nordhavn is a blend of modernity and history, with former industrial sites now transformed into art studios, architectural firms, and edgy cafes serving 'cortados,' alongside stunning waterfront views.
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