On February 22nd, the second workshop on the research project "Baukultur in der Bauwende" took place at CRCLR House (including a tour of the building!): Together with NBL studio, Forward Planung und Forschung GmbH and urban planner Hanne Rung, we are taking a look at the resulting opportunities and limitations for the Baukultur.
Kim talks about how circular projects succeed (and what still holds them back) in the latest episode of the Heinze Podcast - listen to the whole episode on Spotify!
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We are happy to announce that Impact Hub Berlin at CRCLR-House has won the FRAME AWARD 2023 in the category "Co-Working Space of the Year"! Congratulations to all the other winners and to FRAME for the award as well.
What does circular building actually mean? TRIVIAL CIRCUIT is a board game that addresses this question.
The IMPACT HUB BERLIN at CRCLR-HOUSE has been nominated for the DAM PREIS 2024.
The Impact Hub Berlin at CRCLR-House has won the 3rd prize of the polis AWARD in the category "Ecological Reality"! Congratulations to all this year's award winners. Many thanks to TRNSFRM eG, Die Zusammenarbeiter and Studio de Schutter for the great collaboration. Thanks also to polisFORUM for the award.
The exhibition "da! Architecture in and from Berlin" by the Berlin Chamber of Architects shows 60 selected projects by Berlin architects, urban planners, landscape architects and interior designers. Our community and coworking space IMPACT HUB BERLIN at CRCLR-HOUSE is also part of the exhibition. The exhibition will be on display at Living Berlin on Kantstraße from 18 March to 15 April 2023. Admission is free of charge.
Kim and Margit talk to Kerstin Kuhnekath on the baunetz CAMPUS Alumni Podcast about founding their own office, the change in the building industry and their own focus on circular construction.
A conversation about our project IMPACT HUB BERLIN at CRCLR-House, new planning and building processes, the aesthetics of circular building and why circular building is the future. Read more in the AD Magazine.
We are very pleased to be nominated for the DIVIA AWARD 2023. Congratulations to all the other nominees and to all the women architects who bring a new way of thinking to the field of architecture. Thank you also to "Diversity in Architecture" for pushing the issue.
We are pleased to be part of the BAUNETZWOCHE shortlist 2023. Thank you for the conversation about cycles, the sustainable use and reuse of building components and designing places of encounter.
In issue 10.2022 of AIT with the focus topic Office and Administration, our project IMPACT HUB BERLIN at CRCLR-HOUSE is presented. An article about reuse, circular economy and a positive footprint.
In the interview with Swiss-Architects, we talk about circular economy in construction, working with used building components and Berlin's development between awakening and stagnation.
The material concept of circular building operates in the range between "using something as it is" and "upcycling". In terms of aesthetics, we consciously want to dispel preconceptions about second-hand design. Despite the use of diverse materials, there is a strong focus on a clear-cut, homogeneous and high-quality design.
In the balancing act between sensitively preserving an old building and carrying out necessary modernisation, this Wilhelminian-style residential building in Berlin Kreuzberg is gaining new residential units in its roof structure.
In the architecture podcast BDA DENKLABOR, Elina Potratz, Margit Sichrovsky and Karin Hartmann talk about women in architecture and how our architectural world can become more diverse. In the joint conversation you can find out why this should go hand in hand with a change in the profession.
June 19, 2021 I 4 p.m. I Deutsches Architektur Zentrum DAZ: Beatrix Flagner and Marie Bruun Yde (Bauwelt) in conversation with Kim Le Roux / Margit Sichrovsky (LXSY Architekten), Laura Fogarasi-Ludloff (Ludloff Ludloff Architekten) and Jaqueline Karpa (Der weibliche Architekt). The event can be attended live and virtually. Click here for registration.
Great honour – Kim Le Roux and Margit Sichrovsky are new members of the Association of German Architects (BDA) Berlin.