Daylight and Fresh Air Can Save Local Culture Centres

Whilst worn-out cultural centres all over Europe are struggling to attract users, a local culture centre in the Nørrebro district of Copenhagen has tripled its user activity. Its success lies in focussing on daylight and fresh air in the renovation plan and the Centre has now become a source of inspiration to visitors from all over the world.
The video tells the story on how a local culture Centre in Copenhagen has managed to increase its user activity with 300 % and at the same time lowering its energy consumption by renovation with focus on daylight and fresh air.
The video includes an interview with Birgitte Kortegaard, manager of the Municipality of Copenhagen project Haraldsgade Områdeløft and project Manager Henrik Norlander Smith from the VELUX Group .