The Danish newspaper, Politiken Byrum, has published this phenomenal article about our sustainable and circular residential project Upcycle Studios – ready for the residents to move in shortly!

Lendager Group has used recycle concrete developed of concrete waste from Copenhagen Metro, upcycle wood developed of wood waste from the exclusive manufacturer Dinesen and upcycle windows from public houses in North Jutland, Denmark. Upcycle Studios is according to Politiken Byrum “upcycling on a commercial scale”!

The leading Danish financial paper, Børsen, also covers Upcycle Studios in today’s article about our innovative approach to material reuse and sustainable construction – creating the future architecture around circular economy.


Anders Lendager, CEO and founder of Lendager Group, says about Upcycle Studios:

“The idea of zero-energy houses is outdated. Buildings must also be sustainable in the construction phase – and must contribute to the production of energy at the same time. Upcycle Studios is the world’s most sustainable and circular housing – and shows that upcycling is an essential part of the future build environment”


Lendager Group has across Lendager ARC and Lendager UP developed the project and materials – in collaboration with NREP, Arkitektgruppen, MOE and our other fantastic partners.