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A park in Norrebro, Denmark designed by Danish firm Nord Architects is a delicious display of urban design goodiness.

In all honesty, I do like it simply for the fact that it doesn't take itself to seriously and isn't incessantly covered with planting, allowing the open space to just be. 

Part of a neighborhood renewal project, Nord created a master plan divided into three zones: 'The Jungle,' 'The Square,' and 'The Lawn.'

I would suspect that this would be a rather ephemeral park, something the designers grand children might not get to see in its original form.

By the way, as a note, I'm seeing more and more Architects design parks, any thoughts?

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