The Braunstein Taphouse, home to award-winning Danish malt whisky, has been designed and built with the ability to be disassembled. Its waterfront location is deemed under threat from rising water levels in the future, which lead Adept Architecture to create a building that can be taken apart and rebuilt or easily reused/recycled.
The building uses as few sustainable materials as possible, among them Junckers Textured Oak two-strip hardwood flooring. The structure is based on simple tectonic principles, completed with mechanical joints only. As far as possible, building materials used in the construction are not mixed, reducing the volume of waste considerably in comparison to similar constructions. To accommodate the possibly temporary lifespan can easily be taken apart and rebuilt, or all materials can easily be recycled.
Junckers has completed EPDs for its solid hardwood flooring, the company is PEFCTM and FSC® accredited, certified by the Danish Indoor Climate Label and has an A+ BREEAM rating.