Kongens Lyngby, Denmark

Project leader

Ida Marie Wedfall


Lyngby-Taarbæk Kommune


Sweco, Sophus Søbye Arkitekter, Elindco

Contract period


Landscape area

5.500 m2

Construction cost

3,800,000 DKK

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The outside areas at Lundtofte school have been renovated to accommodate a new building which houses a cultural centre that requires new needs of accessibility and outdoor facilities. 

Kragh & Berglund has refurbished the schoolyard and by doing so, removed ground pollution and provided new possibilities for play. The school yard has been divided into smaller zones that, among other elements, contains a new ball area, shortcuts through nursery beds, lighting, and a new accessible arrival area to the school and cultural centre.

The new cultural centre has come into existence on a basis of public involvement of the local area and committed citizens. It works as a creative and active local hall during the day as well as the evening.

A new ramp creates level-free access between the parking lot and the schoolyard. Further, level-free access is also obtained in the schoolyard by ground regulation. This helps opening the area and makes it more comfortable when walking.

In the parking lot, there are functionally-placed boulders and trees and existing mill wheel stones have been preserved.

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Contact Ida Marie Wedfall
+45 81 72 74 22