Det Danske Filmstudie is being wound up, and a conversion of the area is sought into a new, green and sustainable community with homes suited for seniors.
Houses that are suited for seniors are lacking in Lyngby. Many people would like to move internally within the municipality because Lyngby has many citizens at a mature age. People who love their home municipality and everything that it has to offer by way of nature experiences, shopping, good traffic connections and a safe and peaceful everyday life. The area of the original ASA-Film at Asavænget/Blomstervænget has provided premises for many spectacular Danish film successes. One of the biggest was the popular 10 “Far til 4” (Father of 4) films from the 1950s. The films were not just edited here. All outdoors scenes were shot in the area. The family was living at Blomstervænget. When they were in the forest, they were among the trees outside the studios’ canteen. The studios reached out for the neighbours and the local environment and were a living and welcome part of the area. It shall continue to be so when Det Danske Filmstudie becomes Lyngby’s new neighbourhood. Film bring people together to share joint experiences, and we wish to transfer these qualities to Lyngby’s new housing area, Filmbyen. Neighbourliness will be Filmbyen’s next great success.
|PROJECT TYPE:||Project development, homes suited for seniors|
|ARCHITECT:||Vilhelm Lauritzen Arkitekter A/S|
|COMPLETION (YEAR):||Under clarification – await local town and country planning|
|NUMBER OF M²:||Up to approx. 15,000 m² homes and basement parking|
|TO BE ERECTED AS||High-density-low-building and multi-storey buildings|
NUMBER OF M²
TO BE ERECTED AS
Project development, homes suited for seniors
Vilhelm Lauritzen Arkitekter A/S
Under clarification – await local town and country planning
Up to approx. 15,000 m² homes and basement parking
High-density-low-building and multi-storey buildings