Sustainable headquarters ruled by the element of water

10.06.2014 / The headquarters of DANVA (the Danish Association for Water and Wastewater) have been nicknamed the House of Water (Vandhuset). This is no coincidence. Architecturally, the building expresses that it is a knowledge centre focussed on water.
The headquarters are located in Skanderborg, Denmark, and the building has received several prestigious awards for its sustainable architecture. The building is covered with perforated aluminium plates that form abstract patterns when viewed from up close, but from a distance give a sense of surging waters. In addition, the building integrates local drainage of rainwater as an impressive element.
See the new pictures of the award-winning headquarters