139: CPH Village: how to redefine sustainable living in Copenhagen? (guest: Frederik Noltenius Busck – Co-Founder & Director at CPH Village)

Welcome to the 139. episode of Urbcast, in which we talk about: CPH Village: how to redefine sustainable living in Copenhagen? 🧐

Why should we talk about it?

The topic of sustainable, yet affordable living and eco-friendly housing is on the agenda of many cities, including Copenhagen. This week, we take a closer look at CPH Village, a Danish company challenging the status quo in the architecture and built industry.

Fredrik as the co-founder and director of CPH Village, that is challenging the status quo in the housing industry. As a key figure in the company, he shares key insights into the process of creating affordable living spaces, using space effectively, and building a sustainable business model.

Some topics of today:

  • What is the CPH Village?
  • How to find, get and develop temporary housing on an ‚empty’ land?
  • Unique features of CPH Village’s architectural and residential solutions
  • What are the future trends in sustainable living – less owning more sharing?

Books recommendations:

  • Regenesis – George Monbiot
  • The Ministry For The Future – Kim Stanley Robinson

You get to know more about the guest:

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Music: spear_oh

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