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Retrofitting buildings helps people age in place

By |February 6th, 2017|Care|

The staggering pace of technological development poses a challenge to those who design, construct and equip both private and public housing. Since buildings are constructed to last much longer than the technology initially installed in them how do we ensure that these existing buildings, and not least the people living in them, can take advantage [...]

Celebration of 25th anniversary of the Pressalit company headquarter “Maglehøj”

By |January 27th, 2017|Pressalit|

It all started back in 1954, when Pressalit was first established. In the beginning, the business consisted of the production and sales of toilet seats, later joined by bathroom products for the physically disabled in the 1970s. In the 1980s, the first Pressalit administrative headquarter was located in the city of Aarhus, Denmark, while the [...]

Designing for the distant future – 5 emerging technologies in the building industry

By |December 20th, 2016|Pressalit|

Unlike many other industries, the engineering and construction sector still have work to do regarding adopting new technologies, and has certainly never undergone a major transformation. Which technologies will we see pushing the building industry into the new digital age and how do they ensure viable and long lasting solutions in government construction in the [...]

Caring for the carers who have to work in the building you’re designing starts at your drawing board. We give you a few tips and insights on “healing architecture”

By |August 1st, 2016|Care|

Architects all over the world are debating evidence-based design and healing architecture. When looking for inspiration, architects from the US often look to Denmark where this is already a very big part of the modern and coherent treatments, in both the public and private health care system. (Full-service consultant: Karlsson Arkitekter / VLA [...]