Green and blue structures
Blue-green structures are ecologically functional networks of habitats and essential for human well-being and habitat.
Biodiversity is under threat and we need to reverse the fragmentation of plant and animal habitats. We will do this by creating a robust green-blue infrastructure in our cities and landscapes, designed to promote key ecosystem services.
Read more about how we work with blue-green structures:
In the research project WiCiD - Water in City Design we explore how urban water can be used as an innovative resource to reduce our carbon footprint, enhance biodiversity and create social value.
Foyer is an office building in Malmö with a rooftop park. with a seaside meadow character in the form of an undulating landscape. There are wooden walkways, ornamental grasses and herbs - ta total of 26 different types of plants.