An urban park celebrates various nationalities and their design ethos by embedding authentic objects into the park's layout.

Nørrebro is a highly diverse neighborhood in Copenhagen, with over 50 nationalities present in the area. Superkilen is a large-scale urban park project that brings together BIG Architects, Topotek1, and Superflex featuring over 100 attractions that represent a different nationality.

From sewer drains from Israel to Japanese cherry trees and neon signs from Qatar and Russia, each item is accompanied by a plaque to show where it is from, making the park an area in which others can learn about different cultures. The object-gathering process is explained on Superflex's website:

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