Architectural prizes

Henning Larsen was awarded an impressive 14 architectural prizes in 2020. Among the award-winning projects are Vejlands Quarter and The Peter Coaldrake Education Centre at the Queensland University of Technology.

Vejlands Quarter in Denmark proposes a new model for collective living, one in which nature and urban life are closely bound together. The project is to be Copenhagen’s first all-timber neighbourhood. The project was recognised in the Architizer A+ awards, a global programme that celebrates the best architecture and design projects around the world.

Vejlands Quarter by Henning Larsen

Vejlands Quarter by Henning Larsen

The Peter Coaldrake Education Centre is part of the Queensland University of Technology in Australia. The building lends a new social and academic focal point to the campus, a learning environment reflecting the latest innovations in technology and education and with strong sustainability credentials. The project obtained the Queensland Architecture Award for Sustainable Architecture in recognition for ‘ground-breaking work in architecture and sustainability in the state of Queensland’.

Norwegian Lighting Prize for Farris Bridge (Farrisbrua)

With its beautiful architecture and tall sloping towers, the Farris Bridge has become a recognisable landmark at the exit of the city of Larvik. The bridge won an honorary award for lighting design in Norway in the category, Best Outdoor Project.
The Farris Bridge has become a recognisable landmark at the exit of the city of Larvik.

The Farris Bridge has become a recognisable landmark at the exit of the city of Larvik.

10th in ENR’s Top 225 International Design Firms ranking

In 2020, Ramboll ranked number ten in the Top 225 International Design Firms ranking in Engineering News Record (ENR). This is an improvement from our ranking as number 12 in 2019.

Ramboll included in the Global SDG2000

In early 2020, the World Benchmarking Alliance (WBA) included Ramboll in the SDG2000, which encompasses companies with the greatest potential to transform systems and influence outcomes on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). As these companies hold dominant positions in their respective industries and supply chains, they have the power to be active agents of change and play a key role in driving the transformations needed.

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