In the video, Director for Sustainable Buildings at Velux Group, Lone Feifer, talks about the idea and process behind building homes with the lowest CO2 footprint in Denmark.

The project is called Living Places Copenhagen and consists of seven 1:1 prototypes - two homes and five open pavilions, initiated to develop new sustainable building methods and greener ways of living.

The project involves collaborative partners VELUX, Artelia, EFFEKT, Enemærke & Petersen and is a part of VELUX's Build for Life.

Address: Otto Busses vej 29a, 2450, Copenhagen SV, DK.

Visit the place.

Want to know more? Visit EFFEKT's website and VELUX's website.

This video is part of a series of videos exploring what is happening in the World Capital of Architecture 2023. The series is part of a collaboration between Arka and Copenhagen in Common.