We developed interior design and wayfinding, for a new joint reception for citizen service and jobcentre in Borgen Shopping, following a design process to uncover needs of the target group. The project included dismantling, disposal, upcycling and assembly of interiors and structures – brickwork, electricity/PDS, plumbing, flooring, lighting, ventilation, painting, carpentry, joinery, foiling, upholstery, printing, cleaning, coordination and consultancy. We were responsible for parts of the process in collaboration with an architect, from the preparation of isometry and rendering to consulting and official opening.
Sønderborg Municipality is known for its high quality of life and good infrastructure. The municipality has a well-developed transport system that makes it easy to travel around the area, and the municipality also has a good range of educational institutions and healthcare facilities.
Additionally, the municipality is known for its focus on sustainability and green transformation, and the municipality is actively working to reduce its carbon emissions and create a more sustainable future for its citizens and businesses.
Spatial design / Interior design / Wayfinding / Design process / Design methods / Involvement / Inclusion / Citizen design