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).
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We’re happy to have been pre-qualifed for the municipality of Copenhagen’s competition for a new school building on Artillerivej in Copenhagen. We’re teamed up with Aarslef Wicotec Kirkebjerg RUBOW arkitekter Tyréns. Read more (in Danish) here.
Yesterday Lendager Group was represented at Byplanmødet, an annual gathering on urban planning in Denmark. It was great to meet so many people interested in a more sustainable approach to the built environment
“Future economic losers will be the companies that don’t switch their product towards sustainability” – Anders Lendager. Read more in today’s Resource supplement in Jyllands-Posten
We’re pleased to announce that we have been pre-qualified for the masterplan competition for Helsinge Nord teaming up with: SLA Orbicon A/S Via Trafik Rådgivning A/S. We’re looking forwards to the collaboration!
Visit Denmark has made a short video about our project Upcycle House that was shown in the Danish Pavillion on Ipanema Beach in Rio. Take a look at it below.
“After a year with ideas and vision, planning and drawing, the construction of three experimental homes is now commencing in the neighbourhood of Tommelise in Holstebro, Denmark. Sunday 28th of August the CEO of Realdania By&Byg, Peter Cederfeld, and the mayor of Holstebro, H.C. Østerby, will be laying the foundation for the project ‘Healthy Homes’.” […]
This Friday the whole office traveled to the other side of the sound to take a closer look at the defunct shipyards of Varvsstaden, just next to the city centre. Varvsstaden is part of the whole Vestra Hamnen development project which includes the well-known area of Bo01. The area is characterized by huge buildings for […]