What is Living Places?
Living Places is a new way of thinking about buildings. An experimental living environment set out to demonstrate that we do not have to wait for future technology to move and improve people’s lives while being regenerative for the planet.
What is Build for Life?
Build for Life is a pioneering, multidisciplinary initiative that reconnects people and the planet through healthier, more sustainable buildings. With this initiative, we’ll share the insights we have gathered through 80 years of experience and partnerships with leading industry experts on the subject of daylight and fresh air design.
Why is VELUX involved in this project?
As part of our sustainability strategy at VELUX, we focus on how buildings can help resolve global climate and health challenges through sustainable solutions and practical action.
Where is the Living Places Copenhagen building site located?
Who are the partners involved in the construction of Living Places Copenhagen?
Living Places Copenhagen is built in partnership with EFFEKT Architects, Enemærke & Petersen, MOE and VELUX.
What type of buildings are part of Living Places Copenhagen?
When is it open for visitors?
Living Places Copenhagen will open to visitors in the 1st quarter of 2023 when the city takes on the title of the World Capital of Architecture.
Is it possible to rent one of the houses in Living Places Copenhagen?
It is not possible to rent the houses in Living Places Copenhagen for overnight stays. It is possible to rent the houses for meetings and company events.
Is Living Places Copenhagen a permanent building project?
No, Living Places Copenhagen is an exihibition and an experimental living environment set out to demonstrate that we do not have to wait for future technology to move and improve people’s lives while being regenerative for the planet.
Is Living Places displayed at the World Capital of Architecture 2023?
Yes, Living Places will be displayed at the World Capital of Architecture 2023 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
What is Copenhagen in Common?
UNESCO has chosen Copenhagen as the World Capital of Architecture in 2023. Copenhagen will use the title as World Capital of Architecture to debate and celebrate the city’s architectural past and future, highlighting innovative solutions of resilience, liveability and sustainability.