A Small Community In Denmark Lives In Surreal Beautiful Circle Garden Cities

11Wastage of space

The biggest issue most people have with the way this community was designed is the wastage of space that can clearly be seen. People understand the eco-friendly nature of the community but the space between each circular community is being wasted. According to the developers, there are no intentions of planting trees in this open space as it could lead to more animal habitats.

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12No room for parking

One thing online users were quick to notice was the lack of parking space. Every automobile owner has to park their cars in the circular space in front of their houses. Sure, the community is space and robbery is non-existent but more people would be happy to have a garage.

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13Going for squares

Many people have pointed out that if the community had opted for a square design they would have more space and less would go to waste. The square design would allow for more houses as well as enough room for a parking space or garage. The circular design is very unique and appealing but not very effective when it comes to the usage of space.

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14How does the community feel?

The people who live here are quite happy and have said that the experience of living here was much better than in the cities. The houses are designed very well and are cozy and warm. Brøndby is very well-known as an inexpensive suburb. The design was inspired by old villages where everyone would know everyone and would live in peace.

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15How this can inspire others

The world is burning up thanks to overpopulation and population. People are using more than they are giving and this is having a very bad impact on the state of our planet. We need to find a way to co-exist with the greens around us. The major cities we currently live in are not good for the environment.

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