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BIODEGRADABLE REEF BRICKS – SUSTAINABLE IMPROVEMENT OF THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT

ReefCircular is an innovative company with a focus on resources, biodiversity, and sustainability. One of the latest additions to a series of projects is the development of 3D-printed biobased reef modules, designed to enhance local biodiversity in marine environments with a minimal carbon footprint.

WORLD FLEX HOME – WINNER OF THE CLIMATE AWARD AT THE BUILDING AWARDS

On November 7, 2023, we won the climate award at this year’s Building Awards for the development of the WorldFlexHomes building concept

Benex metal manufacturing company in Nagasaki, Japan

henrik•innovation is involved in another exciting project in Japan, where a metal factory is undergoing renovation and the energy consumption is being optimized with efficient solutions. This is done in ...

Bio-based materials with a life time of more than 200 years!

At Henrik•Innovation,  a lot of our time is devoted to incorporating bio-based materials into our projects. Therefore, when Structural Environment and BLOXHUB extended an invitation to the workshop titled “Overcoming …

henrik-innovation Japan trip 2023

henrik-innovation is currently preparing for a study trip to Japan. We are excited to visit our latest project, Nordisk Hygge circles Ugakei, and meet with new collaborators. Additionally, we will ...

Nordisk Hygge Circles Ugakei – Open to visitors

Jump into the deep forest of Inabe City, Mie Prefecture, Japan. Rebuild your relationship with Mother Nature. Our regenerative project Nordisk Ugakei Hygge Circles is finally open.

Henrik Innovation at the ReBuild Ukraine conference

Henrik Innovation is participating in the ReBuild Ukraine conference on the 15th-16th. February 2023, transporting our Demo model of WorldFLEXhome to Poland. WFH is a flexible design solution that can …

We won!

Two of our Japanese projects SANU and Kitoki won the most excellent award, the Ministry of Environment prize and Encouragement prize, for the 2022 Wood Design Award in Japan. We ...

Kitoki – Life cycle assessment for high rise building in Tokyo

This is a new possibility of using wood for urban high-rise buildings.

Nordisk Hygge Circle Ugakei will be completed soon.

The center house and two cabins were completed, and final inspection was conducted. The Danish ambassador also visited this site the other day…