Affordable, sustainable living: The inside story of Europe's 'greenest' model homes

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Credit: Velux, Living Places

Credit: Velux, Living Places

BusinessGreen reports from Copenhagen, where a clutch of Danish companies have come together to test the limits of sustainable building design

In a former railway yard district in Copenhagen, seven small timber buildings are hoping to set an example to the world. The centrepiece of the development is provided by two fully furnished, three-storey...

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