Aurora is based on the holistic objective of creating simple,
uncomplicated connections between buildings, people and nature. The
project has focus on achieving a sustainable balance between
people, nature and economy and thus a durable platform for further
The highest possible value is generated by applying
synergy-creating tools. Aurora will be certified according to the
leading certification system worldwide - the German DNGB system.
The system covers a broad range of criteria ranging from indoor
climate through process management to the environmental impact of
materials, from production to decomposition. DGNB ensures a vast
overview of the resource consumption of the entire area.
The project is based on a sustainable bottom line consisting of
three parts: social, economic and environmental sustainability. It
takes social responsibility for the area in which it is built by
applying local resources and having focus on the recreational
opportunities of both users and neighbours.
Economically, Aurora builds on a generic construction principle
with emphasis on minimising waste in production and utility
maximizing the overall investment by means of a value-creating
physical framework, growth and new cross-disciplinary
Not least, Aurora will become a textbook example in the field of
environmental sustainability as regards an environmentally
responsible selection of materials, rainwater and waste treatment,
transport and logistics, room acoustics and the integration of
recreational areas and existing landscape resources.