World Green Building Week: New Impulses for Sustainable Construction at the DGNB Ideas Lab

21.08.2023Lindner NewsGreen Building

As part of World Green Building Week 2023, the DGNB is organising an "Ideas Lab": On the theme of "Building the Transition", numerous experts and interested parties will exchange their ideas and network.

A Week dedicated to Sustainability

World Green Building Week is a definite must for everyone involved in sustainable construction: This year, the annual worldwide campaign of the World Green Building Council takes place during the week from 11 to 15 September. At events in more than 100 countries, numerous discourses on current topics related to green building are on the agenda. An interactive platform also provides plenty of space for networking.

The Knowledge and Creativity Event

As the official German partner, the DGNB will kick things off with an ideas lab: The experimental and innovative event will take place on 11 September 2023 at the former Althoff Hotel at Schlossgarten (Schillerstraße 23) in Stuttgart. On this day, the focus will be on the exchange of ideas, the development of solutions and the networking of like-minded people. DGNB member companies, partner organisations, multipliers, architects, project developers, manufacturers, municipalities, universities and knowledge providers are cordially invited to attend. Under the motto "Building the Transition", the DGNB has put together an extensive programme: A "marketplace of ideas", various impulses from diverse guest speakers and a concluding get-together await the guests. Everything revolves around innovation, creativity, sustainability and agility.

Lindner as Theme Partner at the DGNB Ideas Lab

As a partner company of the DGNB, the Lindner Group is also represented at the Ideas Lab: With the new circular business models LinLoop, Lindner provides exciting approaches to the topic of circular construction. The option of renting or buying with return system products allows customers to benefit not only from flexible room design, but also from a sustainable environmental footprint and an attractive residual value. Furthermore, Lindner makes the circular economy a reality by conserving, reusing, processing and recycling materials and products. For example, used floor panels are brought to the Lindner factory, processed there and finally reused in another project – same quality, but at a lower price.

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