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Copenhagen has for the last 15 years become a capital on which the eyes of the world rest, especially in relation to sustainability and city life. massive investments in efficient public transport, bicycle paths in all streets - and recreational outdoor spaces of the highest quality.
Learn about building climate friendly - in wood. CLT (cross laminated timber) makes it possible to build large and tall in wood. Go to Switzerland and learn about how CLT is used both for school buildings and for example for a huge warehouse, built in just one week.
How can you promote a bicycle culture in your city? Learn about the unique Danish bicycling strategies and our sustainable way of thinking. You will also visit some of our brand new Metro stations. Copenhagen is the most sustainable city, when it comes to infrastructure and transportation.
Aarhus is the second largest city in Denmark and and there is a lot of new development going on. A whole new neighbourhood close to the sea with lot's of new architecture is rising. Aarhus is also famous for its beautiful University campus by C.F. Møller in yellow brick stone.
In the southern part of Sweden the city Växjö is a frontrunner when it comes to sutainability: Fifty percent of alle new buildings must be build in wood/CLT. Meet the developers and engineers behind, visit large wooden highrises and join us visiting wood production plants.
From wooden construction to Alvar Aalto's masterpieces: Meet the architects behind Finland's famous sauna facilities - and jump into the sea afterwards. And walk around Alvar Aalto's living room and kitchen in his private residence from 1936, and hear about Finland's greatest architect.
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