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Entries by Nicholas Ransome
In today’s newspaper from Berlingske Tidende Anders Lendager explains how we are creating new homes in Copenhagen out of empty houses in rural Denmark in our two projects in Ørestad – Upcycle Studios and The Resource Rows. Read the full article here – and find more information about the projects themselves on our Architecture-page.
A thousand young talents from 129 countries was last week invited to participate in UNLEASH Lab 2017 in Aarhus with the purpose of finding innovative solutions on how to realize the Sustainable Development Goals. Monday the 21st of August the winners of the competition were found. We were happy to see one of our colleagues, […]
Lendager Group has been prequalifed together with AART A/S, Viggo Madsen and VEGA for the exciting assignment of designing the new Science & Innovation Hub at Aalborg Universitet! We are very much looking forward to the collaboration! Read more about the project on AAUs website.
We’re glad to be able to announce that we have been prequalifed as part of one of three teams for the competition. We will be working in collaboration with BOGL, Slothmøller and Knud Aarup Kappel, Architect MAA on the transformation of 13.000m2 of disused slaughterhouse buildings in a 9ha plot just next to the centre […]
In Lisbjerg on the outskirts of Aarhus, Denmark, Lendager Group has won the competition for a new 1.5ha housing area. The project delves deeply into resource efficiency and explores how resource thinking can add value and character to greenfield building projects. Especially the material approach is very special to the project, due to the way […]
In Ørestad Syd, Copenhagen, Lendager Group has won the competition for a building plot with the project Upcycle Studios (3500m2). In this project we make the very best of a challenging plot wedged in between residential and commercial buildings and create some unique housing units tailored to the modern families’ needs and lifestyle. Many of […]
Lendager Arkitekter is looking for 5 architects/constructing architects who want to raise the bar for sustainability in the built environment. Read more here (Danish)
Anders Lendager has written a blogpost for Mandag Morgen about the future of our cities and homes. Click through to their website to read more (in Danish).