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November 12th, 2021
Klaus & Kilian Kada talk about architecture

On 18 November 2021 Klaus and Kilian Kada will talk about more than 20 years of kadawittfeldarchitektur and provide an insight into the architects’ working methods and current projects of the office.

Within the framework of the current lecture series “Talking about Architecture”, the Central Association of Austrian Architects (Zentralvereinigung der ArchitektInnen Österreichs, ZV) follows up on a number of events that provide insights into the high quality of architectural creation and building culture work in Austria. In this way, the ZV fulfils its most important purpose: “to promote the art of building and to raise the general public’s understanding of it”.

18.11.2021, 7 pm
Bene, Neutorgasse 4-8, 1010 Vienna
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November 9th, 2021
Jasna Moritz speaks at the HEINZE ArchitekTOUR Congress

On November 25th, Jasna Moritz will speak on the topic of “Smart & Circular” as part of the HEINZE ArchitekTOUR READY TO FUTURE Congress at the Landschaftspark Duisburg.

Shedding light on questions of circular construction and the careful use of increasingly scarce building materials, she will provide insights into our best practice examples “Moringa” in HafenCity Hamburg and “RAG-Kreislaufhaus” in Essen-Zollverein.

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November 2nd, 2021
Future healthcare campus

The site development plan for the LWL Clinic in Marsberg has reached a new phase. Commissioned by the Regional Association of Westphalia-Lippe (LWL), we are in the process of transforming the grounds of the oldest psychiatric hospital in Westphalia into an innovative healthcare campus in collaboration with the landscape architects GREENBOX.

The not only innovative but also extensive design includes the refurbishment of the prominent main listed building and the new build of two psychiatric-psychotherapeutic units. Built as hybrid timber structures, the new buildings are embedded into the topography and, as a result, refer to the natural features of the former monastery grounds. “The main aim is to make psychiatry more accessible in terms of the built structures and social perception, as well as further reduce prejudices”, says LWL Managing Director Matthias Löb.

The planned structural measures for the new healthcare campus were presented to the press by Gerhard Wittfeld in Marsberg on 22 October 2021.

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October 29th, 2021
Sustainability meets future: from people for people Green Innovation Park – the new innovation campus for sustainability in southwest Germany

Together with our partners Drees & Sommer, the utility company E.ON, its subsidiary Bayernwerk Natur as well as the system solutions provider for digital infrastructure PHOENIX CONTACT, we are in the process of developing the SÜZLE Group’s campus for innovation and future technology where work and leisure coexist in harmony. Green Innovation Park is being created to pool the topics energy, architecture, ecology and digitalisation, and produce a showcase project for innovative building design. The modular construction method that meets the demands of a circular economy and the green connecting band in the facade, express the objective of creating a sustainable development. Healthy, recyclable materials, planted roofs, a versatile mix of uses and varied exterior zones ensure that Green Innovation Park is set for the future.

The strategic partners of the family business SÜLZLE presented the first details and drawings of the construction project at a hybrid press conference last week.

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