ClientFredericia C www.fredericiac.dk
PROJECT PARTNERSADEPT www.adeptarchitects.com
Noema Research www.noema.org.uk
Morten Daugaard (Lektor, Arkitektskolen Aarhus) www.aarch.dk
Bureau Detours www.detours.biz
ADDITIONAL MATERIALProcess description fase 1
Project description fase 1
Project description fase 2 - Final proposal
As part of Team ADEPT, Kollision was prequalified for the competition Fredericia C in August 2010. Team ADEPT consisted of Adept, COWI and Kollision and subcontractors Topotek1, Noema Research, Morten Daugaard, and Bureau Detours. Four out of six pre-qualified teams went on to compete for Phase 2. Our project received third prize at the awards ceremony in May 2011.
The goal of the competition was to create a development plan for a new part of Frederica, centred on, the harbour, the old shipyard and the former premises of the chemical company Kemira. The total area of the project was nearly 20 hectares to be developed over the next 20 years. The overall ambition was to create a harbour district, which open the old fortified town to the water. Strategically, the project aimed creating up to 2,800 new jobs and around 1,000 homes in a vibrant neighbourhood with direct access to Lillebælt, the body of water between Jutland and Fyn.
Our contribution to the project was focused on citizen participation, cultural planning, dynamic planning processes based on temporary activities, and overall business strategies for the area focusing on creating a new value chain from small entrepreneurs to large companies centred around the idea of creating academies, where businesses, government agencies and researchers work closely together on the development of areas such as green energy, welfare technology, and cultural products. At the same time, we described the strategy for how key stakeholders should be involved in the development of the area as a whole and in creating individual 'drivers' for local, e.g. Energy and Welfare Academies. Part of our work consisted in a series of scenarios describing the future of Fredericia C, based on the identified 'drivers' as seen through the eyes of different target groups. During the project we also developed also a ‘subproject’ called ‘Docksville’, aimed at revitalising the area around the old shipyard.