Its official name is Tårnlegepladsen / The Tower Playground, but I like the idea of a roof party…Denmark’s Monstrum has struck again, this time with a playground that takes the notable towers and rooftops of Copenhagen and brings them down to the ground, at kid-scale. Delightful to anyone who has gazed at a tower, way up high, and wondered what it would be like to be up there.
There’s the roof of the stock exchange, and the city hall, the round tower, the dome of the Marble Church and the spiral tower of Our Savior’s. A brilliant encapsulation of history, urban context, and imagination.
[All photos via Monstrum. See the previous post on Monstrum’s playscapes here]