We have published a new booklet in which we present our latest projects and how we combine commercial success with ecological and sociocultural sustainability.
In our new booklet titled “Turning attitude into action”, we describe how we turn ideas into innovation by combining evidence-based research with a deep understanding of people and the environment. The booklet presents our latest projects and how we combine commercial success with ecological and sociocultural sustainability.
In the desire to promote actual progress in sustainable development and environmental protection, we have established the R&D department AART+. The R&D department is the heart of our creative practice and offers consultancy in a wide range of areas all related to sustainability, e.g. healing architecture, green tech, concept development, and project engineering.
In addition, we joined United Nations Global Compact in 2008. The Global Compact is the largest voluntary corporate social responsibility initiative in the world, and as a member we are committed to aligning our strategies and operations with 10 universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption.
Read the booklet “Turning attitude into action”