The idea with the view point was to give people an experience of how it would be to some day walk on top of the bridge. At the same time we wanted to make it an experiment with different sustainable timber species together with our partner FSC. 

The making of Kulbro View was made possible thanks to FSC Denmark alongside a group of committed contractors and construction companies. The viewpoint was opened up to the public in August 2017.

Kulbro View consists of 17 different tropical timber species - some of which are frequently used and others that are lesser known. What all 17 species have in common is the fact that they, with the help of FSC, all come from sustainable tropical forests. The viewpoint was designed by Danish architect Thomas Lillevang and built by the FSC certified construction company Lund & Staun.

The following companies and organizations have helped make the project possible: FSC, Global Timber, Lund & Staun, XL-BYG a.m.b.a., 
NCC, Tracer, Stark,, Wennerth Wood Trading, Cicon
Gert Skyt International, International Timber Trading, and Keflico.

The construction of the viewpoint was also supported by the European Sustainable Tropical Timber Coalition (STTC) and in collaboration with Aarhus Kommune. 
Year: 2017 - 2024

Program: Building of view point

Budget: 600.000,- DKK

Location: Kulbroen, Sydhavnen

Partners: FSC (and their network), Aarhus Kommune, NCC, Lund & Staun.