‘We are doing everything we can to find global climate problems and making them design drivers for future architecture and design. An example we have done is to design the world’s first circular building’ says Anders Lendager, CEO and founder of Lendager Group.
He continues, ‘The reason why everybody isn’t doing upcycling and circular economy is because it has some challenges. Obviously, it would be the best thing for the environment to work with circularity, sustainability, and saving CO2 in every design we do. But it’s difficult. We need to invent new business models. We need to invent new materials. And by doing so, we’re also inventing a new kind of aesthetic.’
Watch the full interview below.
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