South Harbour Church Proposal was a submission for a competition for a new church in the Copenhagen region of Sydehavnen. It was produced in collaboration with Architect Ole Jensen. The new church was conceptualized and designed to reflect the industrial history of this area, and to provide both a community hub and a landmark that could be accessed from the harbour.
The proposal allowed for water access on two sides, embracing the waterside location and access to the Copenhagen harbour.
The great hall was lifted to the first floor with a broad view of the waterfront and opposite shoreline.
An interior sheltered courtyard and garden was part of the proposed layout.