A waste-to-energy plant with ski slope in Denmark named World Building of the Year 2021


CopenHill/Amager Bakke is a new breed of waste-to-energy plant that comes with a ski slope, hiking trail and climbing wall. Photos: WAF 2021

Earning the coveted title of World Building of the Year 2021 at the 14th annual World Architecture Festival (WAF) is a waste-to-energy plant that comes with a ski slope, hiking trail and climbing wall.

Announced yesterday (Dec 3), Copenhill, also known as Amager Bakke, is located in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is designed by B.I.G Architects and was selected from the award’s Production, Energy & Recycling category.

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