Breathtaking residential area that comes with its own circular colony garden design, it is a community near Copenhagen, Denmark that was specifically built so residents can grow their own crops during the spring and fall.
These ring-shaped subdivisions may resemble an extraterrestrial society, but they are, in reality, recent urban developments implemented by the city of Copenhagen, Denmark. Their purpose goes beyond mere space-saving or a futuristic aesthetic; they offer tangible benefits to the residents of the Danish capital.
Residents have the opportunity to lease these parcels of land and cultivate their own gardens. The unique layout of each plot maximizes vertical space, providing a substantial area for gardening—a departure from conventional subdivisions that offer limited lengthwise space. This innovative design allows for greater cultivation possibilities, enriching the gardening experience for local inhabitants.
These beautiful shots were taken by Henry Do on his trip to Copenhagen.