The interior design by LXSY architects for the new base of Impact Hub Berlin in a former warehouse of a brewery in Berlin, shows how the preservation of the existing structure and the elegant usage of recycled, renewable and sustainable building materials can showcase a new path for the building industry.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Attention to detail and minimalism are central to the design of the oak table. In a simple construction, its table legs pierce through the tabletop.
The offices of the Catalonian government’s representation in Berlin are given a fresh symbolic and communicative framework via a language of modern design.
The new design of Berlin's Impact Hub provides a platform for innovation and society in which people work together across cultures and generations.
The interplay of colours and openings lends the mobile rolling container a versatile appearance.
The delicate light can be positioned as desired within the workplace. The simple yet detailed lighting makes a unique addition to a space.
In the open-plan event and co-working spaces of the NGO ProVeg Germany e. V., a delicate pine construction serves a number of purposes.
The Kiezbett (neighbourhood bed) is a sustainably and fairly produced solid wood bed, designed for significant social change.
Topics around thresholds, transition and separation are central to the design. At the cross section of residential and commercial areas, a new inclusive neighbourhood quarter is being built in Berlin Weißensee.
The prototype for a school building in Africa is characterised by its simple construction and its use of local materials and building techniques.
In the workshop "This House works for You!" simple and cost-effective extensions of the existing RDP houses in townships in South Africa were developed in cooperation with residents. The do-it-yourself building instructions convey the knowledge gained in the process.
The community-oriented housing project plays with the concept of threshold space, a transition that can be both an interior and an exterior space.
Simple interventions help the InnoEnergy Germany GmbH headquarters in Berlin forge its unique identity as a small building block for a sustainable future.