On a small Danish island a group of potato farmers have turned into power brokers, owning the wind turbines that have made their island a net energy producer.
The UN City is expected to become one of Denmark’s most energy efficient buildings, with a minimum goal of LEED Gold.
BIG’s design for a whimsical museum dedicated to the Danish toy looks like, well, a big pile of overlapping Lego bricks, complete with the round “studs.”
Denmark’s Upcycle House includes an impressive number of uses for recycled materials that have been value-added to improve performance and reduce CO2 emissions.
With its Iceberg project, Denmark’s second city acquires a waterfront skyline that the world will recognize.
Northern Europe’s largest aquarium has just reopened to the public in an imaginative new building.
Denmark’s figure-8 Gemini Residences is a successful example of the adaptive reuse of former industrial storage silos. But not all silo conversions are created equal.
With more than 1 million square feet of planned lab space, the new ESS research campus in will be as environmentally friendly as possible to protect the region’s notable biodiversity.
Danish firm WorldFlexHome has created an energy-efficient, modular shipping container home that betrays none of the industrial boxiness seen in other container projects.
Denmark, already the world’s big dog in wind power, saw production from wind increase from 28 percent of total electricity consumption in 2011 to 30 percent in 2012.