Previously, it was necessary to build a mock-up to get an overview of all details in a complicated design, which was very costly. Today, 3D design has made it possible to achieve a far better understanding of the various spaces. The employees of Henning Larsen Architects are conversant with the building classification systems, SfB and DBK, as well as international standards.
3D design constiutes an unequalled communication tool as regards communicating architecture to clients and between all parties in a design process. It strengthens the interdisciplinary collaboration between for instance architects and engineers and results in much better projects.
Henning Larsen Architects master state-of-the-art digital tools.
3D design was introduced at Henning Larsen Architects as soon as in 2006 in connection with the design of Harpa - Reykjavik Concert Hall and Conference Centre. The building was designed in 3D from the beginning.
A number of employees from Henning Larsen Architects have contributed to introducing Digital Construction in Denmark and are now in strong demand internationally to provide presentations on 3D.
Today, most new projects are designed in 3D. An extensive, internal training programme ensures that company employees are kept up-to-date.