New sustainable convenience store in Denmark by C.F. Møller Architects and Netto

Built from recyclable materials, made of timber and clad in both wood and terracotta tiles, C.F. Møller and Netto are creating what will become Denmark’s first DGNB Gold-certified free-standing grocery store. The ambition is to set the standard for future grocery stores.

The building’s facades are composed of terracotta tiles and wooden elements, and the roof structure is designed in Danish-produced laminated timber. The entrance area is lined with heat-treated Nordic pine. The building elements and mechanical joints are such that it is possible to separate parts of the building into complete elements for recycling and use in other construction projects. The landscape solution around the store enhances the local area’s biodiversity with native shrubs and trees as well as natural grasses and wild flowers.
Situationsplan 1_300 A1

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