The gray energy contained in buildings is the big climate killer. A sustainable transformation such as the one in Klybeck must therefore rely as much as possible on recycling the existing stock. How does that work in concrete terms? What does it take? And how much is possible at all, or to put it another way: how recyclable is the Klybeck site?
These are the questions we will explore in the second edition of Salon Basel Next. With a keynote speech by Kristian Villadsen, partner and director at the renowned Danish architectural firm Gehl Architects, as well as practical examples and panel guests from architecture, construction management and climate policy.
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