We develop organisations and communities with architecture as a catalyst.Purpose
Translating the SDGs into architecture
Our design of Musholm in Korsør, Denmark, and its impact on the Sustainable Development Goals is featured in the new publication “De 17 verdensmål – sådan kommer I i gang”. With the publication, the Danish Association of Architectural Firms shows architects how to translate the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals into architecture, for instance by highlighting Musholm as a case on how architecture can increase inclusion by creating accessible holiday experiences for everyone, regardless of handicap.
We revisit our completed projects, learn from them and leverage impact-based knowledge into our future projects.CEO Torben Skovbjerg Larsen Impact
Viking Age Museum
With the expansion and rebuilding of the Viking Age Museum in Oslo, we are transforming the museum into an internationally leading knowledge centre for disseminating knowledge about the Viking Age.
The South Harbour District
With the development of the South Harbour District in Aarhus, we not only challenge the idea of a traditional commercial district, but also how urban life is shaped and staged.
With the expansion and restoration of Strängnäs Cathedral near Stockholm, we add a new chapter to Sweden's best-preserved medieval church, which for more than 1000 years has been a centre for religion and culture.
We are developing projects across scale and sector.Projects