Studenteropgave: Speciale (inkl. HD afgangsprojekt)

  • Anders Nissen
4. semester, Bæredygtigt design, Kandidat (Kandidatuddannelse)
This study investigates how green urban gardens can help the facilitation process of lifelong
learning in a Danish municipality.
I investigate the current state of Vallensbæk Municipality and their plan for city development.
Here, the municipality is focusing on the development of a smart city through the
use of technology. Already, they have implemented initiatives like smart trash bins and
traffic control. The goal of the municipality is to resource optimize the municipality and to
create a higher living standard for the people of the municipality.
By investigating examples I look into the current trends in city development and how a
technological smart city may create a higher living standard through the use of Multi-Level
Furthermore, I investigate how other cities around the world has implemented green urban
gardens, and how this ties together with lifelong learning. Moreover, I have created a
prototyping space for event driven change, to evaluate how an event driven concept could
work in the real world.
Lastly, I propose one path for Vallensbæk municipality, where they through the use of
green urban gardens can create a possible learning network between the garden and
other local learning institutions. This is expected to provide a visible, easily accessible
opportunity for the inhabitants of Vallensbæk municipality to maintain and strengthen the
culture of lifelong learning.
Udgivelsesdato4 jun. 2020
Antal sider67
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