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A small café nestled amongst the woods in Kongsholmparken, a small park further inland of the town of Ishøj.
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A small café nestled amongst the woods in Kongsholmparken, a small park further inland of the town of Ishøj. With inside seating for five and two tables outside, the café provides a much-needed pit stop for walkers and nearby townfolk alike.

My second venture into modern Lego architecture. Certainly not as good as the Ishøj House, I'll admit, but I'm quite happy with it anyway. Enjoy!





Some of the little features of the café. It's nowhere near as detailed as the Ishøj House, but then again it's not meant to be as big and complicated. It's just a simple café, one purpose only. Maybe a meeting place in the woods, too.

TOP shows the interior, with Björn behind the counter serving up coffee and pølse (sausages). There's also a TV so people can come in, sit at the bar tables and watch some boring Danish TV.

BOTTOM LEFT shows your average tourist, equipped with camera and rucksack, enjoying a pølse and wondering where to go next in the area. He doesn't really know, 'cause he's foreign, but he does know that the sausage tastes awful. Do these Danes have any taste?

BOTTOM RIGHT shows the 'door' opening to let people squeeze in and out of the café. I'll admit it wasn't particularly well thought-out, but ah well. If they walk through sideways they can get in. That's good enough for me.



The little bits 'n' bobs for the Kongsholmparken Café. I wanted to keep the furniture simple and bold, and also all-brown to reflect the trees outside. Not as good as the Ishøj House furniture, but I suppose there wasn't as much opportunity.

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Comments

 I like it 
  April 25, 2012
It's fun to see foreigners reaction on Denmark...I actually do like our sausages and the TV? Well if you don't understand it then i guess it can be kinda boring. Anyways great work...
  July 25, 2011
The Suburb to Copenhagen where Kongsholm is situated, Albertslund.
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  July 9, 2011
Quoting Anders T Great work on this. I am actually more impressed by this than by your Ishøj house. This features a lot more window work, that tends to be much harder. I used to live in the area of Denmark where you place your buildings geographicly. I can´t remember seeing them. Are they real?
No, sadly they're not :( but thanks for the nice comment! Whereabouts in the area did you live?
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  July 8, 2011
Great work on this. I am actually more impressed by this than by your Ishøj house. This features a lot more window work, that tends to be much harder. I used to live in the area of Denmark where you place your buildings geographicly. I can´t remember seeing them. Are they real?
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  October 30, 2010
It's a thing of beauty!
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  October 30, 2010
Tidy. The angled walls are such subtlety goodness. Always meant to rip-off your furniture stylings, hopefully inspiration'll strike at some point.
 
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