ClientKøge Kyst www.koegekyst.dk
PROJECT PARTNERSASTOC www.astoc.de
MASU planning www.masuplanning.com
Studio UC www.studio-uc.de
Werner Sobek Green Technologies www.wsgreentechnologies.com
ADDITIONAL MATERIALProject description fase 1
Process description fase 1
Posters fase 1
Project description fase 2
Posters fase 2
As part of TEAM ASTOC, Kollision was prequalified for participation in the ambitious competition for the development of Køge Kyst, the old harbour areas adjacent to the town centre of Køge. TEAM ASTOC consisted of ASTOC (DE), MASU Planning (DK / SF), WSP Group (SE), Cornelius + Vöge (DK), Kollision (DK), Studio UC (DE), and Werner Sobek Green Technologies (DE). Køge Kyst is a partnership between the Municipality of Køge and Realdania Arealudvikling. In total, 5 out of 7 pre-qualified teams went on to compete for Phase 2
The goal of the competition was to provide master plan for an entire new district in Køge, covering the station area, the Collstrop Site and Southern Harbour – an area covering almost 24 hectares. Over the next 20 years it is expected that there will be more than 300,000 square meters residential, commercial, cultural, and retail developments in the area. It is expected that residential developments alone will be expanded by 150,000 square meters, and additionally 20,000 square meters of retail space, and approx. 100,000 square meters office and commercial space, corresponding to approximately 4,000 new workplaces.
In Phase 1, Kollision was responsible for process planning and contributed generally to the concept development. We also created a number of scenarios describing the future urban development as seen from various citizens and stakeholders' perspective. In phase 2 our role was to link a temporary urban development strategy with a communication and stakeholder involvement strategy. Among other things we suggested channelling EUR 4 million, earmarked for branding and marketing, into a more active funding for citizen and stakeholder-driven projects and using cultural events as a driver for branding.