Byggeteknik og logistik skal tænkes med fra start i en effektiv byggeproces. Flere projekter viser, hvordan man kan opnå bedre økonomi ved at designe for præfabrikation og digitale produktionsmetoder.

Construction method and logistics must be incorporated from the very beginning of an efficient building process. Several of our cases show how better economy can be achieved by designing for prefabrication and digital production methods.

An efficient construction process saves time and money. Many factors play a role, and it is decisive to qualify all major decisions early in the design process to achieve the best results. Operation and maintenance can be optimised through the choice of materials and structures. It has a major influence on the overall economy – i.e. the long-term financial asset protection throughout the lifecycle of the building. Architects use digital models to optimise the functionality of the building before it is built. The models ensure that you know all the components and can manage costs and resources from the beginning. The properties of the building and the construction process can be stimulated digitally to make sure that solutions are optimised before construction starts.

Buildability ensures that the building can be changed over time. Buildings must be flexible to make them easy to modify when new functional needs arise. Buildability ensures that the building can be upgraded on an ongoing basis and that components can be replaced and form part of a circular economy. Last but not least, buildability ensures a good working environment during building construction and maintenance.

Photo of Green Solution House by 3XN Architects. Photo credit: Adam Mørk
10.01.17 #Case

Green Solution House

Experimentarium for green ideas bridges Danish tourism and industry.
Photo of Damesalen - University of Copenhagen by MIKKELSEN architects. Photo credit: Søren Aagaard
24.11.16 #Case

Damesalen - University of Copenhagen

Intelligent facade technology contributes to optimum space utilisation and daylight.
Photo of Ny Bytoften by tnt arkitekter. Photo credit: tnt arkitekter
22.11.16 #Case

Ny Bytoften

In the general housing construction in Gladsaxe focus is on the environment and attractive neighborhood.
Photo of Danmarkshusene by Vandkunsten Architects. Photo credit: Tegnestuen Vandkunsten
25.10.16 #Case


A new generation of public housing that is cheap, sustainable and attractive.
Photo of KMC Nordhavn by CCO Architects. Photo credit: Adam Mørk.
21.09.16 #Case

KMC Nordhavn

KMC Nordhavn is the first DGNB-certified office and commercial building in Denmark.
Photo of Herning Library by gpp architects and Kristian H. Nielsen Arkitekter. Photo Credit: Carsten Ingemann
18.09.16 #Case

Herning Library

A popular meeting place for Herning's citizens with up to 50,000 visitors a month.
Photo of Le Mur by Hasløv & Kjærsgaard Architects
18.09.16 #Case

Le Mur

The furniture wall that has saved Lemvig Municipality from damage costs of many millions of dollars.
Photo of Plug N Play by Kragh & Berglund Landskabsarkitekter.
18.09.16 #Case

Plug n Play

Multi-functional urban life generator in Ørestad.
Photo of Marthagården by Lendager Group. Photo credit: STAMERS KONTOR.
18.09.16 #Case


Where environment and sustainability are at stake, in both everyday activities and architecture.
Photos of Upcycle House by Lendager Group. Photo credit: Jesper Ray.
18.09.16 #Case

Upcycle House

New single-family house reduces climate impact by 86 %. The buzzword is UPCYCLING.
Photo of Brick House by LETH & GORI. Photo credit: STAMERS KONTOR.
18.09.16 #Case

Brick House

'Brick House' has a minimum life of 150 years and a maintenance-free facade for a minimum of 50 years.
Photo of Gymnasium for street sports Vandkunsten Architects. Photo credit: Mads Frederik.
16.09.16 #Case

Gymnasium for street sports

The CO2 neutral building is an economical alternative to conventional sports halls.