Chairs that are movable allow people to form informal groups to socialize, turn toward the sun or toward a view of passerby and enjoy an afternoon.  These light, bright colored chairs invite people to sit in any way they want while feeling a sense of ownership. The plazas around the city’s waterfront and Ofelia Plads have views of the Opera house as well as CopenHill, also known as Amager Bakke, a Copenhagen-based heat and waste-to-power plant designed by the Bjarke Ingels Group and built in 2017. What is striking is that this industrial plant doubles as a ski slope as its roofline is designed to engage with the community, relating the value that a “sustainable city is not only better for the environment — it is also more enjoyable for the lives of its citizens.”