KHR Architecture is one of the few companies in the construction sector to have received funding from the SMV:Grøn grant to strengthen its green transition.
New pictures from Nuuk, where 17,500 m2 of school and day care facilities in 7 buildings are taking shape. Morten Nøhr Frandsen has just been on site to supervise the new roofs, skylights and insitu concrete. Now you can feel the common areas and the proportions of the atrium spaces and start to look forward to the buildings being filled with life.
Together with Bo-Vita, Svanen Development A/S and Sandkjær A/S, KHR Architecture A/S has won the competition to create the housing project Kregmehusene for Halsnæs Municipality.
The vision for Kregmehusene is to create a special place that appeals to diversity and community. A place where people of all ages and backgrounds will be able to live out their dreams in a good, safe and community-oriented setting, where fellow human beings, nature and sustainability are key elements of the life lived. The development will be approximately 16,500 m2 with a combination of social and private housing in a delegated developer model.
Architect and PhD Vicki Thake is part of one of 10 interdisciplinary teams that have each been awarded 250,000 DKK for the development and use of materials based on the Dreyer Fund Open Call on #MATERIALS.
KHR Architecture is the architectural advisor for Novo Nordisk Fonden and Region Zealand in a comprehensive project to improve the physical environment for diabetes care in the region. This month, two modernised outpatient clinics were inaugurated.