Danish Architecture 3 - Sustainability

This is how “sustainable architecture” has changed in 15 years

Our focus on sustainable architecture today is similar to the questions posed in our book GD#4 Sustainability Bæredygtighed in 2018: How do we build without exhausting nature and resources, so that we create the best possible conditions for people and the environment, now and in the future?

So it might be worthy to check out and get inspiration from the book.

The 17 interviews with famous Danish architectural firms such as Arkitema, Vilhelm Lauritzen or Dissing & Weitling are still inspiring. The same matters for the 44 sustainable projects located around the world from Australia to Denmark.

The new thing today is that sustainable architecture moves more and mored towards reuse of old buildings rather than technical sustainable inventions.

In this article you can read more about new trends in sustainable architecture in 2023: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/klimaet-kalder-ombygning-og-genbrug-marianne-ibler-unqsf/

Enigma museum i Østerbro gamle posthus
The new ENIGMA Museum in an old postoffice at Østerbro.