C. F. Møller Architects and Christian Carlsen Arkitektfirma joined forces in creating this stunning looking building in Løgten, Denmark. When hey took over, the construction was an abandoned industrial silo. The transformation occurred while still keeping some of the old project’s features. This led to a smaller use of resources and also contributed to the current design. At the present time, the building looks remarkable, has 21 residential units out of which no two are the same and a public space at the base which includes a supermarket and a commercial center. This may be naive thinking, but wouldn’t it be great if all countries would make a list of buildings to be “reused” instead of using tones of resources to create new public buildings from scratch? -via Inhabitat