KHR Architecture, together with its German partner bpplan, has been selected as the architectural advisor for a school project in Satrup in northern Germany.
The delegated developer model has gained legal backing thanks to an amendment to the General Housing Act. But what does the model offer in practice, and what do social housing companies and private developers need to be aware of if they want to work together on mixed construction? We asked our design director Torben Juul, who works hands-on with projects in a delegated developer model.
As a private developer, what should you be aware of if you want to develop general-purpose projects with a delegated developer model?
You can find out more at the morning meeting on 25 January, where the lawyer and the architect will share their knowledge of the legal issues and concrete experiences. Read more below. We look forward to seeing you!
Heart K/S, owned by Zetland Capital, has selected KHR Architecture as architectural advisor on a project to revitalize Hvidovrevejs Butikstorv and add approximately 8,400 sqm of apartments, shops and parking facilities to the area.
Hvidovrevejs Butikstorv is to be renewed and the area extended with an additional 8400 sqm for housing, business and parking.
KHR Architecture has designed a terraced building with 86 new apartments based on an efficient modular concept. The community is supported by a community centre and a green courtyard, while the local environment is enhanced by a new urban square. The plan is to give a facelift to the existing buildings, so that the development has a uniform look.