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On 23 August, the topping-out ceremony will be celebrated for Roots – currently Germany’s tallest wooden high-rise. With this pioneering project, we are showing how sustainable and climate-friendly construction can be.
On October 18 at the Forum Holzbau in Cologne, our Associate Partner Hanns-Jochen Weyland will speak on the topic of CO2 potentials and decision-making bases in early performance phases.
“We had the idea that BIM could help us take better care of sustainability.” – Hanns-Jochen Weyland, Associate Partner and DGNB Auditor in an interview in Bauwelt.
On June 15, Netzwerk Architekturexport NAX invited to an expert meeting. In the Wörth representative office on the island Schwanenwerder the exchange of experts took place on the topics sustainability, EU taxonomy as well as building policy.
On 2 June, the «Aerogel Architecture Award» ceremony was held for the third time on the Empa campus. SMP received an award for the project Landarbeiterhäuser at Hebebrandstraße 8 in Hamburg.
Together with DIEfabrik – Architekten and Jim Bögershausen, we have developed the eCO₂ tool, which can be used to compare the costs and CO₂ balances of alternative types of construction using building models in early planning phases. The result is an efficient planning process with an optimised ratio of costs and CO₂ balance.
We design buildings that are geared towards the future – resilient and robust, adaptable and transformable, with healthy materials and high aesthetic quality. Visit our new Sustainable Architecture microsite and learn about our environmentally sustainable projects.