Louis Becker, Henning LarsenCan you breathe new life into historic buildings using one simple resource? Louis Becker, Global Design Principle at Henning Larsen, a Danish studio with a legacy of daylight, knows you can. His extension of one of Copenhagen's most renowned art museums all came back to one single thing.
Episode: Healthy homes
Harwil de Jonge, Heijmans Real EstateWe spend 90% of our time indoors. That’s one reason Harwil de Jonge, Director of Heijmans Real Estate, is building homes like ONE, an affordable tiny house, that are not only healthy to live inside, but invite occupants to begin exploring outside again.
Lasse Lind, 3XNAs an architect, Lasse Lind, GXN, is constantly searching for solutions to the challenges that face the building industry today. Behaviour design and circular sustainability led to The Green Solution House: A building that mimics nature to make sustainability part of the architectural experience.
EffektThe search for daylight continues with EFFEKT architects Sinus Lynge and Kasper Benjamin Reimer. Their latest project Ego to Eco, exhibited in this year’s Venice Biennale, is a living ‘growtable’ that suggests how people and the planet could be connected by buildings that benefit both.
Stifter + BachmannThe search for daylight climbs to a peak in the Italian Alps, where Helmut Stifter and Angelika Bachmann have built a one-of-a-kind mountain hut with a view well worth the hike. Catch the new episode in September and meet the architects yourself at our digital conference in November.
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