The house as a material store. Built for the future. In the best case, a house that leaves a positive footprint. The house of the future could look like this if the construction sector, which today accounts for about 60% of waste generation in Germany, would build circularly.
The CRCLR house in Neukölln is a prototype for circular construction. A future place for circular economic practice, for work, and life.
As part of the Berlin Climate Day on 27 October 2019, CRCLR in cooperation with EIT Climate-KIC is organising construction site tours in the CRCLR House. Guided by the architect and circular building expert Nathalie Swords from the building cooperative and owner of the project, TRNSFRM, the visitors will learn about the concrete construction and future plans of the CRCLR House. They will learn about resource use, and recyclable, healthy materials as well as exchange ideas about the challenges that the mainstream still poses to building according to circular principles.
The construction site tours take place in the run-up to the thematically linked think tank “Circular Futures - The Future of Building” on 20th of November, also in cooperation with EIT Climate-KIC.
Interested parties can register for the tours at the CRCLR stand during the Berlin Climate Day. The tours are scheduled for 13:00 and 15:30.
CRCLR with support from EIT Climate-KIC and TRNSFRM