The selected solutions come from 56 countries on six continents and have been consolidated in the publication "Sustainia 100", which is distributed to the decision-makers at the summit. Sustainia was initiated by the Danish journal Mandag Morgen and aims at supporting a green reorganization of the world economy and letting the green revolution grow from the bottom.
The 12,000 m2 headquarters in Oslo is designed in collaboration with NCC Property Development as a modern passive house. The Integrated Energy Design of the building meets the FutureBuilt criteria for climate-neutral building, and the building will thus become one of Norway’s first spearhead projects in green building.
FutureBuilt is a ten-year programme initiated by the National Association of Norwegian Architects with the vision of developing climate-neutral urban spaces and architecture of high quality.
Henning Larsen takes a holistic approach to sustainable building. Buildings should have the lowest possible environmental impact during their entire lifespan. As a genuine low-energy house, the new NCC headquarters in Oslo offers a minimized energy consumption obtained solely by means of the design and optimized building geometry.