When society reopens, THIRD NATURE is part of a large new exhibition ‘Backstage’ about the engine room of architecture. It is the climate project Enghave Park which participates under the theme “Nature is back”.

The project unites cultural history with a large-scale climate solution in a beloved public park. Through this, Third Nature renews architecture and allows the users to experience the climate crisis on their own body by staging the forces of water in the park. The project is located centrally in the exhibition among later years’ most high-profile architectural achievements in Denmark.

Exhibition image of Third Natures contribution – the climate project Enghave Park. Photo: Rasmus Hjortshøj

Third Nature also participates at the Danish Architecture Center with the scalable water management solution Climate Tile, which is featured at another exhibition ‘Hello Denmark’. The exhibition predicts a future for the Climate Tile among other Danish design icons such as Arne Jacobsen’s ‘series 7’ chair and ‘the egg’, Vipp’s pedal bin and Kay Boesen’s beloved monkey figure.

About Backstage

On 21 April, the Danish Architecture Center’s new, large exhibition ’Backstage’ opens. The exhibition focuses on key dilemmas in Danish architecture that affect us all. There is much at stake! Can we (still) afford to live in the city? How do we protect biodiversity? Is there room for girls in our urban space? Is there room for the vulnerable homeless? Are cities equipped to deal with climate change? You encounter architecture every single day. But did you realize that architecture creates the framework for how you live your life – and live life together with others? We often know the facade, but not the story behind it.

21 April 21 – 3 October 2021

Exhibition image of Third Natures contribution – the climate project Enghave Park. Photo: Rasmus Hjortshøj

About Hello Denmark

We pay tribute to Danish architecture and design and dive into the myths behind what has made Denmark and Copenhagen popular throughout the world: the good everyday life

8 June 2020 – 24 October 2021

Exhibition Poster. Illustration: Danish Architecture Center