The Impact Hub Berlin at CRCLR-House has opened its doors, providing a space for individuals focusing on the topics of circular economy and sustainability. The interior design by LXSY Architects demonstrates how preserving existing structures and using sustainable, renewable,
and recycled materials can positively impact the construction industry of the future.
Approximately 70% of the materials and products used in the project are recycled or sustainable. High-quality, reused and new sustainable materials are utilized in their natural state, including striking handrails made from hot dip galvanized gratings.
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