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Design for Circularity: Buildings as Material Banks

  • LMHQ 150 Broadway, 20th fl. (map)
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The Danish Cleantech Hub is delighted to host Design for Circularity: Buildings as Material Banks. As part of this panel discussion and workshop session, we will examine how circular building design, solutions, and materials can transform the industry from its current “throw away” model.

For more information and registration, please go here!

Tuesday June 19, 6pm – 9pm

LMHQ, 150 Broadway, 20th fl., New York City

Program:

6.00pm         Doors open // Drinks // Networking

6.20pm         Welcome & Introduction: Buildings as Material Banks

                      Moderator: Amanda Kaminsky, Founder & Principal,

Building Product Ecosystems

6.30pm         Kasper Guldager Jensen, Senior Partner,

3XN Architects, Director GXN

Material Passport & Design for Disassembly               

Niels Heidtmann, Partner, Komproment

Product & Material Innovation

Anne Nicklin, Founder, Reuse Studio

Salvage & Reuse               

7.00pm         Panel debate // Q&A

7.20pm         Attendee group workshop

8.00pm         Thank you & Food // Drinks // Networking

Buildings as Material Banks:

Considering buildings as “material banks” means seeing these as repositories of valuable, and high quality materials that can easily be taken apart and recovered. With this vision, the building itself is considered a materialized savings account for material resources through which building materials, products, and components are temporarily ‘deposited’ into a functional element or part of the building.

The transition towards a circular and dynamic built environment will require several systemic changes, material innovations, improved reuse opportunities, new design practices, and increased knowledge on material flows. Join us as we embark on this exciting journey.

Also by Danish Cleantech Hub:

We invite you to join us June 19 in the morning as we delve into the life cycle of the universities of the future as part of Higher Education, Higher Ambitions: Sustainable Practices, Healthy Environments and Better Learning.

For more information and registration, please go here.