Furniture company focusing on circularity is first regional winner in ULI proptech competition
The Urban Land Institute (ULI) Europe has declared Denmark’s Stykka as the Nordic regional winner in the inaugural ULI PropTech Innovation Challenge and the first of six regional winners to be revealed.
Stykka creates sustainable, durable, digitally managed furniture products for the building industry. It focuses on circularity and addresses the traditionally short life expectancy of kitchens, the most expensive to operate and most frequently disposed elements of building interiors, with products designed to be used for as long as possible and then repaired, refurbished, or recycled.
ULI PIC is a new competition for entrepreneurs from across real estate and technology which aims identify game-changing, scalable and competitive solutions for the built environment.