Agenda

JAJA works both practical and theoretical with architecture and urban planning. We focus on MOBILITY, TRANSFORMATION and BIOMATERIALS. It is within these fields, we can make the biggest impact towards a future that combines living quality and sustainability.

Mobility

Shaping the environment through the choice of mobility. Utilizing the emergence of new forms of transportation and technologies, we strive to rethink infrastructural planning to create more livable cities, reduce the environmental footprint and improve public health.

Mobility

Mobility is people on the move; from the way we use our bodies to how we transport ourselves and create accessibility for everyone in our cities and buildings. By rethinking the way we get from A to B, we can improve our health, the environment, and the cohesiveness of society.

Transformation

Adapt and reuse in respect for past and future generations. Combining the qualities of the existing and the needs of the future, we seek to contribute to a more sustainable building industry while accentuating the phenomenological aspects of architecture.

Transformation

In the future, we need to build less, and take care of what we have. We need to bring new life to the worn-down buildings by thoughtful renovations, extensions and transformations. We believe time adds layers and qualities to buildings that you could never design, and therefore we rather add than demolish.

Biomaterials

Minimizing impact through the use renewable resources. With unique attributes in absorbing CO2, creating healthy and comfortable indoor climate as well as aesthetic qualities, we always aim to apply biological materials in all facets of our work.

Biomaterials

When we must build new, we strive to build with biological materials with minimal impact on our environment.  Biomaterial is a renewable resource and have a unique ability to capture CO2 and create a comfortable and healthy indoor climate.