Practice Profile: SLA

01 May 2020

Since 1994, SLA has practiced with an offset in the humanistic Scandinavian architectural tradition. We have a strong history of creating and transforming urban spaces, landscapes and cities with one clear definition: We use nature to solve some of today’s hardest urban challenges while creating genuine life-quality for all. In our philosophy, high quality public spaces are essential to achieve a truly liveable city.

SLA operates in Scandinavia, Europe, North America, Middle East and Africa - and has been awarded several international and national prizes for continuously putting city nature on the global agenda with its nature-based and multi-disciplinary approach.

To get in touch, visit our website www.sla.dk.

And the shortlist for the 2020 WAN Awards Urban Landscape category is...

And the shortlist for the 2020 WAN Awards Urban Landscape category is...

The eight entries shortlisted demonstrating Urban Landscape at its finest

2020 WAN Awards entry: Sankt Kjelds Square and Bryggervangen - SLA

2020 WAN Awards entry: Sankt Kjelds Square and Bryggervangen - SLA

Sankt Kjelds Square and Bryggervangen by SLA is an entry in the Urban Landscape Category of the 2020 WAN Awards

Copenhagen’s largest and greenest project wins SLA the Arne of the Year Award 2020

Copenhagen’s largest and greenest project wins SLA the Arne of the Year Award 2020

Sankt Kjelds Square and Bryggervangen is a nature-based and holistic climate adaptation, urban biodiversity enhancement and social infrastructure

A work of AART: Danish bunker to be repurposed into a Cold War museum

A work of AART: Danish bunker to be repurposed into a Cold War museum

AART has won the competition to design, with help from SLA, Niras and Thøgersen & Stouby, the new Danish Cold War museum in Rold Skov, Northern Jutland