In a new publication the Danish Association of Architectural Firms focuses on how the construction industry can reuse the world’s resources and implement circular economy in architecture. Upcycle House by Lendager Group is among the chosen examples of the most sustainable buildings in the industry that reduces the resource consumption significantly. The construction industry is […]
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Hello world – let us introduce our upcycle brick modules by Lendager Up! A team from Lendager Up has traveled to Northern Jutland in Denmark to experience the production of our upcycle brick modules that can be reused as walls in new buildings. Bricks from old buildings thus get many lives instead of just one. […]
The leading financial newspaper in Denmark, Børsen, has interviewed Anders Lendager. The interview in today’s Børsen is about Lendager Group’s fight for a sustainable built environment, creation of new jobs and reduced CO2 emissions in our future society. At Lendager Group sustainability and capitalism goes hand in hand – as an increased liquidity means that […]
Our Local Recycling Centre Nordhavn in Copenhagen is now open to the public – and is already an integrated part of the citizens’ daily life! The project is a state of the art recycling hub, where people from the local community interact and learn about the importance of seeing waste as a resource. An actual […]
Anders Lendager and Kasper Guldager Jensen from 3XN/GXN won the individual award “The Sustainable Element” by Building Green in Copenhagen last week. The two friends back from the architecture school were nominated for “their great engagement in the transition to sustainable construction and use of raw materials and waste as a resource”. And this transition […]
We are excited about the launch of the book “Good Buildings on a Small Planet” by Rasmus Rune Nielsen tomorrow at Klub in Copenhagen. The event includes the presentation of the book and a debate between Anders Lendager, Flemming Rafn, Lone Wiggers, Signe Kongebro and Sinus Lynge. How do we create architecture that consumes less […]
Our project Marthagården in Copenhagen is featured in urbanNext! The combined kindergarten and nursery produces energy, recycles water, sorts waste – and is built of healthy and sustainable materials. At Marthagården the children learn and feel the great value of nature, sustainability and organic food from the very beginning. Read the article here: https://urbannext.net/marthagarden/ Photo: Stamers […]
Yesterday Anders Lendager discussed the importance of circular economy and upcycling in the construction industry with Minister for Environment and Food of Denmark Esben Lunde Larsen and Kasper Guldager Jensen from 3XN at Building Green in Copenhagen. Danish Association of Architectural Firms and Danish Association of Architects facilitated the debate. Thank you for a great […]
Anders Lendager and Kasper Guldager Jensen from 3XN win the individual award “The Sustainable Element” by Building Green in Copenhagen. The winners were nominated for “their great engagement in the transition to sustainable construction and use of raw materials and waste as a resource”. Celebrate with us today at the conference!
We are very proud that Anders Lendager and Kasper Guldager Jensen from 3XN is nominated for the individual award “The Sustainable Element” by Building Green. Celebrate the nomination with us and hear them talk about circular economy at Building Green on 1 November in Copenhagen. Learn more about the award here: http://buildinggreen.eu/cph/2017/10/25/og-de-nominerede-er/