Creating added value
Services range from principles and concepts for implementing social sustainability, analysing existing behaviors and relationships, collecting data and assessing impact, to facilitating citizen engagement and co-creation processes. Common to the range of services is a fundamental departure from the ambition to add greater meaning and value to our cities and buildings.
"A typical client might be a private developer who needs to develop a major construction project or the development of a master plan for a new urban area. In both cases, the developer is faced with increasing demands and expectations from the public, the authorities, and the city council to focus on local communities, sustainability, inclusion, and co-creation. We can help the client ensure awareness and dedication to these issues and document the impact and added value to the project of these efforts, says Cecilie Marie Busk.
Cecilie Marie Busk graduated as an architect in Aarhus in 2006 and joined C.F. Møller after her graduation. Since 2017, Cecilie has been a team leader and urban planner at C.F. Møller's Landscape & Urbanism department. Cecilie is a trained DGNB consultant for urban areas. Democratic Design is also starting up with architect Anders Precht Jensen, who also comes from C.F. Møller’s Landscape & Urbanism department, and on 1 May a newly hired anthropologist will join the team.For the Democratic Design department at C.F. Møller Architects there is still one vacancy for an architect to be filled.