Won in competition, we developed the master plan for this large district in Copenhagen as a series of strategic layers spanning a thirty year period. Principle to this was the corresponding evaluation of the landscape and built environment to allow for flexibility in changing economic climates envisaged for 30 years. With a total programme of 3.5 million m2 of built objects this forges a substantial addition to this capital city and lies as a response to the Oresund Crossing has been constructed. Environmental concerns and the integration of what is a place of natural ecology with an urban framework was a primary consideration for the future of Amager. This focused on the wetlands and the associated areas which constitute Amager common as a whole. In our initial proposal the strategy presented relied on the partnership of these concerns which are described in layers. It was and still is our opinion that the existing wetlands would require special protection by the planting of trees and a programme in which they are both accommodated and function as a natural landscape. Further to this we understand the principles of green corridors which we acknowledge through a series of landscape and pastoral areas which, as we described in all presentation as organs in the body of Amager. The device of objects and strategy of landscape are fundamental tothe proposal. Environmental issues have moved onto more progressive and dynamic agendas to provide necessary appraisal of what we consider to be green, landscape and real.