The city of Leinfelden-Echterdingen has launched a competition for climate protection adaptations in the Goldäcker urban area (“KaepseLE”). Aspects such as emission-free building, extensive planting, the inclusion of material cycles and energy networking were to be considered. The project is part of the IBA’27 network, which brings together a wide variety of forward-looking projects from the Stuttgart city region.
The decisive factor in the selection of the winning concept was the achievement of climate neutrality within 15 years, including grey emissions. Other important aspects were the recyclability of the building materials used and sustainable mobility.
We are pleased to have been able to advise on this exciting process. Prof. Werner Sobek was a jury member and our sustainability expert Moritz Brombacher advised the city as part of the expert panel that accompanied the competition.
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