Kollision Design Office has extensive experience when it comes to creating engaging experiences aimed at promoting green technology, affect behavioural change in relation to climate change or telling the green stories that need to be told.
We use design thinking to make our cities smarter, change the way we communicate in the urban space, or get the attention of decision makers. We involve citizens, stakeholders, and policy makers through novel and engaging tools and processes and we tell green stories in new and thought-provoking ways.
In March 2014, Kollision won the competition for designing a new, interactive tunnel for Design City Kolding in the city of Kolding, Denmark. Kollision named their winning proposal ‘Interference’ based on the idea that urban life is characterized by two opposing trends: an urge to belong and be part of a community and an opposing […]
A team consisting of Kollision, SustainableEnergy (SE) and local partners in Mali, Burkina Faso, Kenya, and Mozambique has worked together on creating the project YouthBaton – Youth Takes the Baton for a Green Future. The project engages young people from the four countries in activities and campaigns related to climate change and experiments by using […]
Kollision, together with Martin Professional, and in dialogue with Christian Stadil, the owner of Thornico Group, and Thornico real estate director, Ronald L.M. Bouwens, developed and implemented a complete exterior lighting design for the office building and parking house Thornico Building in the centre of Rotterdam. The building is a large complex of office spaces, […]
In relation to the interactive visitors centre, House of Green, in Copenhagen, Kollision has made a number of satellite exhibitions promoting Danish companies and organisations working with green technology. GREEN – TRAVELLING EXHIBITION The GREEN travelling exhibition consists of the letters ‘GREEN’ with touch screens embedded. The content of the touch screens are similar to […]
The climate debate has intensified in recent years. A steady stream of reports about looming disasters, melting glaciers, shrinking ice caps, howling hurricanes, thawing tundras and sea level rises has resulted in a general sense of impending doom. But the changes necessary to avoid this bleak future have been virtually absent. Danes and other populations […]
On September 5th 2012 the educational school service ‘VarmeLab’ (HeatLab) concerning district heating opened in Aarhus. The school service is located at Aarhusværket – one of many boiler and heat exchange plants in the City of Aarhus. Aarhusværket contains three major heat exchangers distributing district heating to about 20,000 people in central Aarhus. THE PURPOSEThe main […]
On 25th of June 2012 the exhibition ‘A Powerplant at Sea’ was opened in Grenaa. The purpose of the exhibition was to inform visitors about the complex task of constructing and operating one of Europe’s largest offshore wind farms which was being built off the coast between the island of Anholt and the town of […]
In September 2009, Danish Design Centre in collaboration with The Danish Energy Association launched the exhibition “Smart Use of Energy” focusing on innovations, that could make Denmark a leading nation within green transportation. The exhibition presents perspectives on how design can play a crucial role in the transition from the use of fossil fuels to electricity. […]
House of Green is an interactive visitors center and exhibition room with meeting facilities and a showroom, where Danish business life, trade organizations and public institutions can house international commercial and political decision makers and introduce them to the potentials of the many technologies, where Denmark is a world leader. House of Green is funded by […]