With people at the centre, architecture provides the framework for communities.
Buildings and urban spaces help create identity, a sense of belonging, a sense of security and social cohesion. Our surroundings reflect who we are, who we want to be and where we come from; they create culture.
Our surroundings can be shaped in a way that not only generates value for the individual but also creates communities and rich experiences, stimulates participation or ensures accessibility. Therefore, it is important to strengthen the dialogue between citizens, clients, users and politicians. Even small projects can redefine a place, give it a new narrative or reverse or create a trend.
Sønderborg Multicultural House
The new cultural centre is an architectural link between the old town centre and the modern harbour district.
THE DANISH WOMEN’S SOCIETY CRISIS CENTRE CPH
In Copenhagen, the drawing school for women has been transformed into a women’s crisis centre.
The Elephant House
An old chapel building has been transformed into a social meeting place for men with cancer.
The combination of physical effort, demolition and a social housing effort has created a safe Maglehøj.
A renovation in Sønderparken has resulted in that the crime in the area has dropped by 50%.
A radical urban renewal of Løget By has resulted in strong social housing efforts.
The largest educational institution on the Faroe Islands makes it attractive to stay on the island.
A special relationship with nature and a focus on ‘zones’ have resulted in a flexible learning environment.
Revitalisation of the former vulnerable neighbourhood gives the residents a boost.
image, working performance, community and motivation have been strengthened after the relocation.
Røsnæs' nature has become available with new opportunities for water and land activities and experiences.
The children’s home of the future
Layout and functionality of the architecture help reduce conflicts and creates a greater sense of security.
Musholm Holiday Centre
The Musholm Sports and Holiday Center shows the way towards accessible architecture.
In the general housing construction in Gladsaxe focus is on the environment and attractive neighborhood.
SMK Museum Garden
The Museum Garden strengthens the museum's brand and increases the number of visitors.
South Habour School
A school, a public, movement-promoting urban space and a cultural hub in South Habour, CPH.
A new generation of public housing that is cheap, sustainable and attractive.
Sønder Nissum Multi-Purpose Hall
Redevelopment strengthens local unity and the integration of tourism into the local community.
A.P. Møller School
When the architectural framework is of paramount importance for the well-being of pupils and teachers.
Faaborg Habour Bath
The design and central location has resulted in spontaneous use and activities on the Faaborg waterfront.
Hejmdal Counselling Centre for Cancer Patients
Architecture, light and hospitality create a unique atmosphere at Hejmdal Cancer Patients' House.
Livsrum Cancer Counselling Center
Visibility and accessibility have increased awareness of the cancer counseling work in Næstved.
The combined technical plant and recreation area, Selsmosen, creates added value in Taastrup.
An international attraction with a sevenfold increase in visitor numbers during the first year.
Diverse spaciousness and atmosphere attracts new user groups in Aarhus' sports center DGI-Huset.
The green belt at Vesterbro, where the park value is seven times greater than its construction cost.
Involving vulnerable groups creates sustainable solutions with a new method for urban development.
Svendborg Gymnastikforening is experiencing a membership increase of up to 50% after the inauguration of SG Hu
A lively unfolding space and gathering place for local initiatives on outer Nørrebro.
The cultural yard in Helsingør is a popular success with great significance for the cultural development.