Tillberg Design of Sweden (TDoS) has made the decision to make sustainable practices, choices and materials into our business standard, not an add-on. Sustainability is incorporated in every design they produce, with clients automatically receiving GA suggestions and a material report showing the percentage of sustainable materials used.
Already firmly committed to several of the UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, TDoS are since many years producing an annual report of their own environmental footprint as well as of employee wellbeing, with the target to improve every year.
TDoS has created AEGIR 2.0, a concept study for a yacht with an extremely low environmental footprint. The wind-powered trimaran combines excellent hydronics with a hybrid wind-electric propulsion system that re-charges all batteries when under sail. Infinity pool at the aft, Jacuzzi in the fore, seamless indoor-to-outdoor transitions, the Aegir combines bespoke Scandinavian luxury with a truly sustainable approach. A real project is Hurtigruten’s three eco-friendly new ships. MS FRIDTJOF NANSEN, built in 2020, cuts CO2 emissions by some 20 percent thanks to improved hull structure and a world-first hybrid electric-powered cruise ship technology. Other than using LNG and LBG to run the engines, single-use-plastics is banned and food is mainly sourced locally.
By actively applying and sharing knowledge and expertise on sustainability with partners, clients, media, and others, TDoS hope to contribute in making sustainability the standard, rather than an added benefit, in design.
Please contact Helena Sawelin for more information.