• Garden at Christian’s Have Nursing Home

    The sensory garden at Christian’s Have Nursing Home in Solrød, Denmark, was inaugurated 7 May 2019 after a two-year process of involving the users, transforming ideas to the final project and the constructing and building of the garden.

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  • Patio for the benefit of women and children recovering from domestic violence

    Randers Crisis Shelter for Women and Children applied for funds from the A.P. Møllerske Støttefond to renovate their patio. That led to a redevelopment and landscape architect Helle Nebelong transformed the small tiled courtyard into a sensory-inspired patio.

  • Tower of Light

    One of the towers at the Nature Playground in Valbyparken, Copenhagen. Designed by Students from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation.

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  • A Royal Tableau

    Playground in a royal setting at Kronborg Castle, Elsinore.

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  • Green Surroundings

    The Deer Park at Hindsgavl Castle, Funen.

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Walking with the Senses Open

URBAN DESIGN vol. 165 with the theme ‘Sensing the City’ is now available with Helle Nebelong‘s article ‘Walking with the Senses Open’. Guest topic editor Daniela Lucchese who has handpicked a list of interesting writers issues a... Read More

Playfull cityscapes

How can city life be created in urban outdoor spaces that invite play and stay for all ages? Helle Nebelong is invited to talk about Landscape for play in cities in the breakfast... Read More