What does the young generation in the BDA stand for? On 20 May in Nuremberg, new BDA architects will present themselves and their architectural position in 20 slides of 20 seconds each. We look forward to our participation in the Pecha Kucha evening and the joint discussion. Click here to register.
For demanding and sustainable projects, we are looking for an architect with a strong design attitude and interest in all work stages and circular construction methods. We are also looking for architecture students (master programme) to strengthen our team. The internship should last at least 3 months. Please send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find an interview with Margit and Kim about our current project IMPACT HUB BERLIN at CRCLR-HOUSE, circular construction, prototyping and the search for recycled materials in the materialREPORT 2022 published by raumprobe and avedition. Thanks for the interview, Martina Metzner and Jörg Schmitt.
In the interplay between a sensitive renovation of the old existing building and modernisation work, the apartment building in Berlin Kreuzberg will receive additional living units through the renovation of the 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.
Our project SPIELFELD is shortlisted for the FRAME AWARDS 2021 as co-working space of the year.
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.
Together with five other young founders, we give insights into our working methods.
The 36 square meter Berlin "Gründerzeit" apartment is given a variety of niches by a cube placed in the room. A surprising sense of generosity spreads between small-scale tiles, a natural plank floor and a soft blue-gray.
«Co-working and event spaces for flexible use in a former Berlin post office: this was the requirement of the developers of the Spielfeld Digital Hub. LXSY Architekten took the name of the company literally. And designed a combination of a theater stage and a gym.»
Zones with a variety of recreational and working areas invite people to move around and come into contact with each other. In the corporate studios and during events in the open café, lounge and event areas, established companies and start-ups experiment side by side, exploring the theme of digital transformation.
FRAME magazine about our co-working and event space SPIELFELD and spaces for innovation and interaction.
Read more about our co-working & event space SPIELFELD in the current issue of AIT 4.2020 Office and Administration · Office Buildings.
The co-working space FULL NODE, with its numerous working spaces, is designed to promote communication and facilitate the specific working approaches of blockchain companies.
Our project FULL NODE has been longlisted to the Frame Awards 2020 for Co-Working Space of the Year.
«Our mindset is that we like to bring people together and to create something for them. We reflect on functionings and how we can enable communication. Our guidelines are the four Cs: concentrate, collaborate, contemplate and communicate.»
«Coincidental encounters are core themes of New Work. Our job is to create the opportunities.»
Our project FULL NODE has been awarded with the »ICONIC AWARDS 2019: Innovative Architecture - Winner« in the category INTERIOR.