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At the CRCLR House we believe it is time to rethink and redesign how we live and work together in a better way. In our blog, we regularly share content on seven topics that have been at the core of our CRCLR program as catalysts for this change.
“I don’t know the question, but art is definitely the answer.” Paraphrasing Woody Allen’s famous quote captures how we feel about art here at CRCLR. Read more
We are at a really interesting and challenging time in history. Our current linear model seems to have reached its limits. We’re seeing high burnout rates, growing inequality and environmental degradation. Let’s take the chance to create something healthier! In order to enable this change at CRCLR we believe that it has to start with ourselves. Read more
The CRCLR Finance program investigates the future of social impact finance. When we speak about money, we don’t talk about the medium but about what it can enable in terms of social equality, environmental regeneration and a transition toward a circular economy. Read more
How can a circular framework for food production enable a more sustainable and equitable food supply? At the CRCLR House we are addressing this problem. We want to implement solutions and offer answers to global issues by applying them on a smaller scale, thereby empowering our local community. Two of our key projects where we are currently putting this framework into practice are our mushroom lab and community garden. Read more
At the CRCLR House we believe it is now the time to rethink and redesign how we live and work together in a better way. A circular economy model is the framework we have chosen to develop creative solutions, simply because life is just not linear. Read more
We believe Open Source facilitates collaboration between actors in a circular economy. By decentralising the innovation process, people are empowered to develop local real-life solutions. This way we can accelerate systemic transformation. Read more
“*Circularity to us means to use resources in the most anticipating and innovative way so we keep their value infinitely*” Ina Budde, [Design for Ci... Read more