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Can the design of buildings inspire positive behaviour? cover
MIPIM Leaders' Perspectives

Can the design of buildings inspire positive behaviour?

Can the design of buildings inspire positive behaviour?

26min |28/01/2022
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Can the design of buildings inspire positive behaviour? cover
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MIPIM Leaders' Perspectives

Can the design of buildings inspire positive behaviour?

Can the design of buildings inspire positive behaviour?

26min |28/01/2022
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Can the design of buildings inspire positive behaviour?

Our guest today believes so... and he is shaping behaviours for more than three
decades with his architecture firm.

His name is Kim Herforth Nielsen, founder of 3XN and you can find his work
everywhere: from the Museum of Liverpool to the Sydney’s fish market or the
Blue Planet aquarium in Copenhagen.  

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Can the design of buildings inspire positive behaviour?

Our guest today believes so... and he is shaping behaviours for more than three
decades with his architecture firm.

His name is Kim Herforth Nielsen, founder of 3XN and you can find his work
everywhere: from the Museum of Liverpool to the Sydney’s fish market or the
Blue Planet aquarium in Copenhagen.  

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Can the design of buildings inspire positive behaviour?

Our guest today believes so... and he is shaping behaviours for more than three
decades with his architecture firm.

His name is Kim Herforth Nielsen, founder of 3XN and you can find his work
everywhere: from the Museum of Liverpool to the Sydney’s fish market or the
Blue Planet aquarium in Copenhagen.  

Description

Can the design of buildings inspire positive behaviour?

Our guest today believes so... and he is shaping behaviours for more than three
decades with his architecture firm.

His name is Kim Herforth Nielsen, founder of 3XN and you can find his work
everywhere: from the Museum of Liverpool to the Sydney’s fish market or the
Blue Planet aquarium in Copenhagen.  

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