BIG beaten to 'world's most sustainable' job

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Henning Larsen and BIG left with bloody noses by small Danish architect

BIG and Henning Larsen have been beaten by a small Danish architect to the job of designing a village in Copenhagen which has been dubbed the “world’s most sustainable building project”.

Lendager Group will design the UN17 Village, a 400-home development which aims to put all 17 United Nation sustainable development goals into action.

The scheme will feature recycled materials such as concrete and wood, as well as roof gardens with solar panels.

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