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KOREVLERNE GEOCOMMUNITY

Havnebyen

Klintebjerg

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Overby Lyng

PAST-PRESENT-FUTURE G

CAROLINE PFEIFFER

MATHIES ANDERSEN

NIKOLE KROSSNER

PETER TALLBERG

Nykjøb

Korevlerne

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Trundholm Mose

Ordrup Næs G

Skamlebæk Radiostation

Esterhøj

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Sidinge Fjor

Asnæs

Vejrhøj Lammefjord

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Dragsholm Slot

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Gniben

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Korshage

VISION Korevlerne Geocommunity proposes to reignite the community within Denmark’s highest concentration of summer cottages. The community will be developed as an exemplary development where conservation of the land, environmentally friendly living and participatory resident engagement will play a key role.

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Havnebyen

Klintebjerg

Skansehage

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Overby Lyng

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SUMMER COTTAGE AREA / 66.000 RESIDENTS VILLAGES / 33.000 RESIDENTS TRUNDHOLM MOSE

Korevlerne

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SUN CHARIOT FINDING PLACE

Trundholm Mose

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Skamlebæk Radiostation

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Esterhøj

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GEOPARK BORDER

CONTINUOUSLY FORMING LANDSCAPE The Korevlerne Geocommunity is situated on the western coastline of Odsherred Municipality in Sjaelland and consists of 15.000 summer cottages. This is a unique area where many landscape types can be experienced.

Sidinge Fjord

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The area is continuously being formed by westerly winds and currents that erode the coast, transporting and depositing sand and creating prominent beach ridges, what today is called Korevlerne or “Cow Reef”. This process also created a freshwater lake that later became Trundholm Mose; the finding spot of Denmark’s most famous Bronze Age artefact, The Sun Chariot.

Asnæs

Lammefjord Vejrhøj

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IMPORTANT GEOPARK SITE

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Furthermore, the chosen area is surrounded by the first UNESCO certified Geopark in Denmark. The establishment of the Geopark has been devised in a way that helps the diminishing Odsherred municipality to reflourish. This creates an opportunity for a symbiosis of sorts; The Geocommunity supporting the Geopark and vice versa.

Dragsholm Slot

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Holbæk

STRATEGIES 2066 2016 SUMMER COTTAGE AREA / 66.000 RESIDENTS

1966 VILLAGES / 33.000 RESIDENTS TRUNDHOLM MOSE

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IMPORTANT GEOPARK SITE

SUN CHARIOT FINDING PLACE The beach landscape is continuously and rappidly forming GEOPARK BORDER

CONNECT Unite infrastructure and people with the environment Korevle

Trundholm Mose

UPLIFT Uplift landmarks and historical icons EDUCATE Promote and express the unique cultural and geological history of the area

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KOREVLERNE GEOCOMMUNITY

Historic map reveals past naturetypes Beach + beach meadow

Forest

Heathland

LACK OF LANDSCAPE IDENTIFICATION The landscape has become fragmented by roads, fencing and non-native species, dividing the area into differing vertical belts, which results in a lack of identity. In order to keep the landscape natural and cohesive, an emphasis on the use of native flora and fauna within the properties and the surrounding environment is made.This equates to better ecology, a community that is unified through nature and an increase in property values. Another issue that the community faces is an absence of activities as well as centers for these activities to occur. This is further exacerbated by inadequate access to the beach and between the summer cottages due to a confusing network of gravel roads, unattractive nodes, hidden streams and only one unused landmark, Hønsinge Mill.

CAROLINE PFEIFFER

MATHIES ANDERSEN

SITE-ANALYSIS

NIKOLE KROSSNER

PETER TALLBERG

Nature types strongly bordered by roads and farmland

15.000 homeowners in 60 associations

The site is covered by a network of hidden streams and ditches. Trundholm Mose contains a lot of §3 protected areas.

It is a huge challenge to manage the nature with 15.000 homeowners in over 60 associations.

Beach + beach meadow

Heathland

Forest with cottages

Parcel cottages

Village

forest cabins

parcel cabins

ECONOMIC GAINS Few activities in a disordered network of gravel roads. No centre. Network of streams and ditches around the area. Forest

Fields

Beach Road Average price 14.720 kr. pr. m2

Average price 10.943 kr. pr. m2

Average price 14.851 kr. pr. m2

Average size Plot

Average size Plot

1075 m2 1416 m2

Average size Plot 1466 m2

Disordered network of gravel roads

Hidden streams and attractive wetland

Few activities or landmarks, no centre

The area is characterized by a disordered network of gravel roads

The site is covered by a network of hidden streams and ditches. Trundholm Mose contains a lot of §3 protected areas.

The only landmark is the mill in the small village of Hønsinge on the border of the cabin area.

Asphalt roads

Gravel roads

Streams and ditches

§3 protected areas

Wetlands and lakes

Holiday colony

Real Estate

Parking

Shopping

Restaurants

Historic Mill


KOREVLERNE GEOCOMMUNITY

CAROLINE PFEIFFER

STRATEGIES AND ACTIONS

MATHIES ANDERSEN

NIKOLE KROSSNER

PETER TALLBERG

CONNECT • Create greater coherence in the cabin area by strengthening the natural vegetation • Strengthen road and path network within in the cottage area • Improving signage and trails to Korevlerne and, The Sun chariot finding place and Trundholm Mose

Finding place of the Sunchariot

Camping and Shelters Korevlerne Beach Hønsinge mill Odsherred Geocommunity

EDUCATE • Establish natural grounds / nature grounds in neighbourhoods on unwanted/unused properties • Introduce community farming around Hønsinge Village and at the camp colonies next to Korevlerne • Create attachment and identification to the landscape through involving its residents in the development

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Unused properties for sale

1st step:

Developing into natureground

2nd step:

Diversify natural growth and reopen plots

For sale

For sale

UPLIFT

Sun Chariot

• Create new node around abandoned property at Lyngvej • Create new community center at the Mill in Hønsinge • Emphasize streams along paths • Emphasize the Sun Chariot finding place

STRATEGY AND ACTIONS

Existing trail

To successfully carry out the design interventions and create a solid framework, a strategy has been created. The strategy firstly seeks to educate by promoting and communicating the unique cultural and geological history of the area. Secondly it looks to uplift by accentuating nodes of activity, water streams

Potential trail Existing shelter

and cultural sites. Lastly, the strategy comprises of connecting by extending access to public areas with clearly marked paths and creating a natural wave of local nature types. A focus of the proposal includes a design discourse where the site is seen as more than a body with limiting boundaries. Building the Geocommunity will start as a small-scale process

Potential shelter Community Center

Education

beginning in the nodes we have chosen to work with. These include Hønsinge Mill, the abandoned property along Lyngvej and the parcelled cottages bordering the fields. Once these areas of control have been repurposed, the reach of their transformations will radiate past their boundaries and throughout the Korevlerne Geocommunity.

Implementation of naturetypes

Landscape

Opening and unifying the landscape through corridors and edges

Property development

Strengthened identity

Increase of ecosystem services

Established Geocommunity

Attaching users to the landscape Small sustainable communities

Resilience and resource security

Infrastructure Redeveloping nodes/ gathering points

New paths Hiking and biking

Implementing campsites and shelters

Defining landmarks


KOREVLERNE GEOCOMMUNITY Ref picture

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FARM VILLAGE (HØNSINGE) Main hall: Restaurant, Lectures, events, exhibitions, gatherings

Visitors centre and shop, Lokal Kompagniet

Hostel and workers accommodation

Café, microbrewery, gallery

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Landmark, cultural historic museum, viewplatform on top, wind energy.

Summer cottages & houses

Root-, wine-, beer cellar and café. Local art exhibitions and music events

Axonometry of Hønsinge.

Atmospheric section of Hønsinge.

LYNGVEJ NODE

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Summer cottage / house

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Shop and rental center: bikes, horses, tours, canoes, fishing, camping, sailing, etc.

Summer cottage / house

Food hall: grocery store, slaughterer, bakery, arts and craft, books, recycling etc.

Local kitchen: community kitchen days, cafe and restaurant.

Small stalls (Torvehallerne style): different small companies: microbreweries, street food, crafts and art etc.

Community farmers stall, local fruit and veggies, flowers, plants etc.

Public facilities and institutions: lawyer, real estate, health care

Sketch of Lyngvej node. Photograph of present situation with sketch of design proposal on top.

Atmospheric section

Plan of Lyngvej node

Workshop: arts and crafts, pottery, carpentry, welding, glass blowing, you name it we got it.

Animal & storage barn


CAROLINE PFEIFFER

MATHIES ANDERSEN

INTERVENTIONS

NIKOLE KROSSNER

PETER TALLBERG

NATURAL NEIGHBOURHOODS

Fragmented parcel lots

Sketch of border between parcel cottage area and the field/bog. The photograph shows the present situation and the sketch our design proposal. The stream has been re-naturalized. Trails follow the stream and edge of the cottage area. This backside has been turned into a frontside.

Unified neighbourhood in a natural environment.

Good spaces with sun, shelter and privacy.

Foreclosure of the parking area, outbuildings, trash rack, etc.

Over half of the land are left with natural tree, shrub and plant growth Wild animals such as fox, hare and deer can pass freely over ground No visible boundary. Stands and open areas with heather or wild flowers that exceeds the boundary Trees in harmony with the natural or locally characteristic species such as oak, birch, mountain ash, pine, etc.

Example of a fragmented landscape due to properties closed off around the borders.

Example of a property well integrated into the landscape.

Axonometry of neighbourhood in the parcel cottage area in the transition phase. A community garden has been established on the upper left lot by the neighbourhood. The lots to the right have opened up to the newly re-established bog, and brought the heathland into their gardens. The lots in the middle are still closed off.

Molinia caerulea 25-90 cm

Knautia arvensis 30-80 cm

Saxifraga granulata 10-25 cm

Melampyrum pratense 10-30 cm Succisa pratensis 20-50 cm

Potentilla erecta 15-40 cm

Thymus serpyllum 2-10 cm

Lythrum salicaria 40-120 cm

Dactylorhiza incarnata 15-70 cm Pimpinella saxifraga 15-50 cm

Empetrum nigrum 5-20 cm

Armeria maritima 10-25 cm

Rumex acetosella 10-40 cm

Dianthus deltoides 15-20 cm

Campanula rotundifolia 10-40 cm

Gnaphalium arenarium 10-40 cm

Sedum acre 5-15 cm Thalictrum minus 10-40 cm

Anthoxanthum odoratum 10-40 cm

Prunella vulgaris 5-25 cm

Erica tetralix 10-25 cm

Dactylorhiza maculata 15-45 cm

Vaccinium uliginosum 10-80 cm

Polypodium vulgare 10-35 cm Myrica gale 50-150 cm

Galium verum ssp. 10-40 cm

Luzula pilosa 10-25 cm Carex hirta 20-60 cm

Ammophila arenaria 50-100 cm

Elymus arenarius 50-120 cm

Native species in the landscape

Corynephorus canescens 10-35 cm

Hieracium umbellatum 5-80 cm

Calluna vulgaris 15-60 cm Salix repens 10-100 cm

Pulsatilla pratensis 8-30 cm

Mentha aquatica 10-90 cm

Jasione montana 10-25 cm

Hieracium pilosella 5-20 cm Deschamsia exuosa 40-50 cm

Atmospheric section

Profile for Peter Tallbergström

Korevlerne Geocommunity  

A landscape architectural analysis of an area in Odsherred, Northern Zealand in Denmark. This analysis was made as a collaboration between C...

Korevlerne Geocommunity  

A landscape architectural analysis of an area in Odsherred, Northern Zealand in Denmark. This analysis was made as a collaboration between C...

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