The Social Democrats control over Copenhagen City Hall hangs in the balance over their support of a redevelopment on Amagerfælled
Everything you need to know about Copenhagen's new organic recycling programme
Copenhagen's latest landmark recycling initiative promises to help the city accomplish its sustainability goals – if they can collect enough organic waste to make it profitable
Concrete barriers have already been positioned around the city, but the municipality now wants to beautify them
We hit the streets during the Distortion street parties in Copenhagen. This is what we saw.
Copenhagen's to get a 280-metre tower in Nordhavn to celebrate H.C. Andersen, 100,000 more trees by 2025, container cities to house students, while two of the city's major urban influencers are in line to win the title Copenhagener of the Year
In this month's city column, we take a look at plans to relieve the city of a dirty six-lane road, a proposal to end free parking in Copenhagen, and how new stone reefs are hoped to increase animal life in the harbour
For six years, Kasper Astrup Schröder followed the architect Bjarke Ingels, and documented his precocious rise to fame as cities around clamour for a slice of the BIG philosophy
While no longer home to the world's best restaurant, Copenhagen's food scene has never been more diverse. James Clasper points us in the direction of six of the city's best new restaurants to get stuck in to
An unassuming corner of land is home to the greatest concentration of animal and plant life in all of Copenhagen, but it risks being destroyed by a housing development that has been in the works for 20 years. As activists organise protests to protect the land, the choice between collecting a billion kroner in potential revenue and protecting a unique ecosystem is shaping up to be a central issue in the upcoming municipal elections
Bjarke Ingels Group collaborates with Copenhagen Zoo in the creation of a panda enclosure that unites traditional Chinese imagery with practical conservation design.