The the worlds most visited architecture website, ArchDaily, have published an illustrated article about the UN17 Village. ArchDaily have 13 million visitors a month and at Lendager Group we are proud to give them a chance to see our project which raises the bar for sustainability in the build environment.
“Sustainability startup Lendager Group have beat out BIG and Henning Larsen in a competition to design a new eco-village in Copenhagen, Denmark. With the project UN17 village, Lendager Group designed the first project in the world that will translate all 17 of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into tangible action. After nearly 25 years of planning, the 400 new homes will complete the new city district, Ørestad South.” Read the article here!
BIG thanks to our team and partners:
Architects: Lendager Group, Årstiderne Arkitekter
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
Projectleader: Philip Rufus Knauf
Project Team: Jacob Blak, Sophie Daugaard Andersen, Majken Lynge Gribskjold, Kristian Knorr Jensen, Stephanie Levassor, Agata Marzec , Nicholas Ransome, Daniel Veenboer
Partners-in-Charge: Anders Lendager
Project Area: 35.000 m2
Project Year: 2018-
Engineering: Moe and Arup
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