In this booklet, the Danish Association of Architectural Firms describes 10 cases that exemplify how we can use planning, architecture and the landscape to create value with less impact on the climate and to protect Danish assets against climate change.
Climate change calls for stronger initiatives in the building and construction sector – on the one hand to promote broader use of sustainable solutions for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and on the other hand to make our buildings and cities more resilient to climate change. We have collected 10 examples of green architecture which, in different ways, implement innovative solutions and prompt us to ‘think new’ in the green transition.
The projects in this booklet portray solutions that have already been implemented and which, in different ways, incorporate long-term, sustainable strategies in buildings and construction, supporting society’s green transition without jeopardizing the common social basis for good architecture.
The projects support a number of the Sustainable Development Goals but their common denominator is their unique climate action.
Tine W. Holmboe
Head of Bussiness Development