Gallery: Accounting Giant KPMG’s New Headquarters Balances Its Energy B...

 
Global accounting firm KPMG recently moved into its new headquarters in Frederiksberg, Denmark. Designed by talented Copenhagen firm 3XN, the building's form and sustainability strategies work to minimize energy use and maximize the power of the sun resulting in an energy balance close to zero. The office building completes an active area of town and is situated directly adjacent to a metro station. In addition, 3XN's design features a series of discreet meeting rooms to provide a high level of privacy for their clients.

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  1. msyin February 10, 2012 at 5:35 pm

    Any clue as to what companies like this are doing to improve their other buildings efficiencies that they are currently still using? Building greener buildings just makes sense, but renovation of existing buildings to improve their CO2 emissions, reduce costs and maximize use is also worthy of some of their profits.

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