Architects Nina Christine Hansen and Olivia Thomsen talk with host Ane Cortzen about their final project at the School of Architecture in Copenhagen.

With their project, they investigate the potential of an old hospital in Aalborg, DK, and how not just the building but the area around the building can evolve into a more socially sustainable community focusing on care as an architectural strategy.

In this video, they talk about how the role of the architect has changed and why it is more urgent for the new generation to transform instead of building new.

Want to know more? Visit The Royal Danish Academy of Architecture's website.

The project is a part of the exhibition ADFÆRD / VELFÆRD - How Can Architecture and Design Improve Health and Welfare?