Lendager is a Danish pioneering architectural studio that brings waste back to life by combining commercial demand with pioneering innovation in order to design the world of tomorrow with the waste of today whilest working to design a world without waste.
Lendager brings projects and products to market at scale by combining desirability, feasability and cost.
Ditte Lysgaard Vind will illustrate this with the office’s most recent projects including the two realised housing projects Upcycle Studios and the Resource Row as well as the Danish Olympic Pavilion made of composite plastics waste and build for direct reuse via disassembly as well as the commercial high rise TRÆ (Tree) pushing the barrier for use wood for load bearing elements in a high rise as well as the use of reused and recycled materials.
Ditte Lysgaard Vind
Ditte Lysgaard Vind is a renowned circular economy and design expert, Chairwoman of The Danish Design Council, partner in Lendager and a board member of The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, UNLEASH and the Danish Green Building Council and author to A Changemakers Guide to The Future (Lendager 2018) and Danish Design Heritage and Global Sustainability (Routledge, coming q1 2023).
Lendager was founded with the purpose of accelerating sustainable architecture. They enable the green transition in and around the built environment through architecture, urban planning, strategic and material innovation. With extensive use of recycled and upcycled materials, Lendager’s projects, Upcycle Studios and the Resource Rows, have already garnered awards and publicity as lighthouses in circular construction.
We are a stellar force realizing sustainability in the built environment.