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The building sector globally exerts a significant impact on the environmental footprint of individual nations. In Germany, it is responsible for 50% of raw material consumption, 40% of primary energy demand, and 50% of waste generation. This translates into a substantial responsibility for all stakeholders concerning future generations.

As architects, we are aware of this responsibility and support our clients in

 achieving their sustainability goals in construction projects.

In the execution of building projects, measures for energy conservation in future operations have been established. Beyond the objectives of reducing consumption and minimizing the use of fossil fuels, additional issues are gaining

focus. In the context of climate protection, the selection and use of natural, healthy, and resource-efficient 

building materials are becoming increasingly important.

For us, a holistic approach is fundamental. In addition to ecological building, economic factors and socio-cultural planning approaches also play a role. Only by considering all three factors a sustainable overall concept can be developed.



  • People at the centre

  • good urban development and livable solution

  • Inclusion of local conditions


  • efficient floor plan design

  • Minimizing the construction footprint

  • Optimization of life cycle costs


  • Minimizing energy and resource consumption

  • Reduction of land consumption

  • low impact on the ecosystem

  • Consideration of the entire life cycle

"Building in existing structures is generally sustainable.

No wood in the world

can compete with the ecological footprint of a 100-year-old brick."

We connect this approach with Building Information Modeling (BIM). The goal is an environmentally appropriate, resource-conserving, and economically viable planning solution, wherein all relevant building data is stored in a 3D model. The integration of geometric, structural-technical, and building physics data enables simulations related to shading, sunlight exposure, thermal conditions, and ventilation early in the planning phase. This facilitates decision-making and provides the prerequisites for optimizing the planning process.

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