The LM Gateway is a highly ambitious and innovative architectural project, spearheaded by Steven Holl Architects, that consists of a pair of mixed-use towers that are connected by not one but a whole raft of bridges. Located in the Danish capital of Copenhagen, these towers are designed to make it easy for people to quickly get from one part of the Copenhagen Harbor to the other courtesy the bridges.
Copenhagen has long been renowned as a city designed to make transport and commuting easy and efficient. The LM Gateway mixed-use towers take this philosophy to a micro level by making it easy for people to quickly jump between two parts of the big harbor.
The bridges also help the project meet municipal laws that require every residence to be located no more than 500 meters away from public transportation facilities.
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