We believe that good architecture is sustainable architecture. Whether a school, an office, or a cityscape, we strive for sustainable projects across typologies. That’s why we set new standards with the sustainable trading floor at the Nordea Headquarters in Denmark. That’s why the Carl H. Lindner College of Business is designed around the University’s project-based approach to learning, making the building adaptable and prepared for the future of the University. It’s also why we made it a priority to prolong the outdoor season in Belfast.
We are honored that all three of these projects have been shortlisted for the World Architecture News Awards. Nordea was shortlisted in the commercial category, and the Carl H. Lindner College of Business and the Belfast Waterfront were shortlisted in unbuilt categories – education and urban design respectively. The winners will be announced on November 20th, 2018.