【DE】hanseBAU topic tips

Dear colleagues,

 

in just over four weeks – more precisely from the 20th to the 22nd January 2023 – the Messeeduo hanseBAU & Bremer Altbautage will take place at MESSE BREMEN. Then more than 300 exhibitors from almost all trades offer a wide range of products, services and information about construction, renovation, energy saving and furnishing.

 

In order to give you the opportunity to deal with one or the other topic in more detail and to research it more deeply, you will already receive our topic tips for the event with further links and contact persons.

 

Topics for hanseBAU:

 

Special exhibition “WohnDesign”:

The newly created special exhibition is the attraction for all design fans at hanseBAU. In addition to extraordinary furniture and accessories, innovative wall decorations and floor coverings are also presented here. Numerous designers and master craftsmen from the northwest, together with members of the Bremen interior decorator guild, show what you can do with your four walls. Lectures and demonstrations of the exhibitors regularly take place on the special area.

 

Master painter Daniel Reich from Loxstedt not only masters the standard repertoire of his guild, he can also inspire himself and his customers for original and innovative things. On the WohnDesign area in Hall 6, he presents three unusual design ideas and brings their inventors with him:

 

wallPen® – high-resolution wall prints in brilliant quality

Of course, you could professionally enlarge and frame the sweet picture of the grandson, the historical map of the place of birth or the dream motif from the last holiday. But you could also print it directly on the wall using a wall printer. With razor-sharp, precise details or bright colors with soft color gradients. Malermeister Reich has purchased such a wallPen® special printer and raves: “The print image is fantastic and there are virtually no limits to the creativity of my customers.”

 

Organoids – natural room design

“Some have a printed flower wallpaper on the wall – with Organoids, the flower meadow is wallpapered directly.” This is how Daniel Reich describes “roughly simplified” the idea behind Organoids. The fragrant surfaces made of real natural materials such as alpine hay, edelweiss flowers or coffee powder are produced climate-neutrally in Tyrol and are suitable for almost all applications in interior design due to different support materials: as wallpaper, as a decor in the wood composite, as a floor and as an acoustic element. By the way: Organoids are nominated for the renowned German Sustainability Award Design 2023.

 

Functional surface textile (FFT) – the revolution of wallpaper

Picture wallpapers have been around since the 1970s, but only now can they also be applied in the wet area – and even on facades and floors. “This works thanks to a special surface treatment and subsequent sealing and opens up completely new design possibilities,” explains Daniel Reich. The selection of motifs is endless: “You can have your own photos processed, but also purchased motifs from image databases,” says Reich.

 

Contact: Daniel Reich, Tel.: 04744/3073, E-Mail: d.reich@malerei-reich.de

 

Guerilla Lightning – sustainable luminaires made of recycled natural paper

Inspired by nature, Hamburg designer Bernd Görtz has created an extraordinary spherical lamp made of recycled natural paper, which is sustainable in many ways. The handmade honeycomb construction does not require any adhesives, is available in various pastel shades, and the built-in energy-saving LED lamp can be continuously dimmed.

Contact: Bernd Götz, Tel.: 040/53549353, E-Mail: moin@berndgoertz.design

 

Tables – inspired by nature

David and Clemens Theil from Burgdorf near Hanover produce unique tables made of wood and stone under the label “Oakbrother.” They use solid planks made of native woods such as oak, ash or beech – unglued, with tree edge and natural curvatures. The nature-loving brothers use slate, marble or sandstone from local quarries as table feet. The stones are unprocessed and show the natural breaking edges.

Contact: You can reach the Theil brothers as follows: Tel.: 0157/31437250, E-mail: info@oakbrother.com

 

Special exhibition “TinyLiving” – living in hobbit format

In 1950, the (West) Germans had an average of twelve square meters of living space per capita. In 2021, it was a proud 47.7 square meters – almost four times as many times. But there is also a countermovement: people who can imagine limiting their possessions to the maximum and moving to a tiny house. Behind this is usually not only the desire for affordable housing, resource conservation and sustainability. Many are also concerned with “downsizing” in any form, i.e. a return to what is really important.

The special exhibition “TinyLiving” reflects this trend in many ways and shows five different houses from four providers from the northwest in Hall 5.

 

By the way: In the nature resort “Land of Green” near Worpswede, some of our exhibitors have permanently built their tiny houses. There you can rent and relive.

 

The exhibitors:

 

Concept carpentry Wöhltjen: Master carpenter Stephan Wöhltjen is in Achim and has been manufacturing special furniture, doors, windows and interiors since 2007. A few years ago, he built his first Tiny House, which was actually only intended as a trade fair eye-catcher. Since then, the little houses have not let him go. “My team and I have fully merged into the tiny house philosophy and understand construction as a holistic process that we go through together with our clients,” says Wöhltjen.

Contact: Stephan Wöhltjen, Tel.: 04202/9109585, E-Mail: sw@tischlerei-woehltjen.de Internet:https://tiny-house.info/

 

Tiny House by Häusler: The Tiny House experts from Häusler originally come from shopfitting. They are therefore very familiar with making interiors chic, comfortable and thought through down to the smallest detail. And since Tiny Houses depends above all on the clever use of the available space, “the first order for a Tiny House was almost a home run for us,” says Stefan Häusler.

Contact: Stefan Häusler, Tel.: 0172/5113952, E-Mail: haeusler.pattensen@yahoo.de Internet:https://tinyhouse-haeusler.de/

 

Tiny House North: Patrick Schüpmann is a “craftsman out of passion” and has discovered his love for Tiny Houses in southern Germany. There he lived for a while and worked with the local Tiny House pioneer Johannes Mager. Now Patrick Schüpmann wants to infect the north with his tiny house enthusiasm.

Contact: Tel.: 0151/23517659, E-Mail: ps@tiny-house-north.de Internet: https://www.tiny-house-north.de/

 

Kurt Buck Baugesellschaft GmbH & Co. KG: The construction company, which has been based in Bremervörde for more than 100 years, is actually known for turnkey houses in timber frame or solid construction. Since January 2021, the family business has also been manufacturing Tiny Houses. “We can draw on our many years of experience in timber frame construction and concentrate fully on the details of the expansion,” says Managing Director Heiko Pape.

Contact: Tel.: 04769/225; E-mail: info@kurtbuck.de Internet: https://kurtbuck.de/news/155-tiny-haeuser

 

Topics for the Bremen Old Building Days:

 

Special exhibition “Heating technology with a future”:

The heating systems of the future will become more climate-friendly, efficient and flexible. But what exactly does it look like, the heating technology of the future? Unfortunately, there is no blanket answer to this, because heat pumps, pellet heaters and other alternative heating systems always require an individual consideration. The only thing that is clear is that we must move away from fossil fuels as quickly as possible – not only because we are painfully feeling the dependence on suppliers, but also for climate protection reasons. Therefore, the non-profit Bremen climate protection agency energiekonsens organizes the extensive special exhibition “Heating Technology with a Future” together with many committed partners in Hall 7. Here, interested parties can get individual advice and get to know the different systems and procedures.

 

Tip for editors: Although the “heating technology buzzwords” such as pellets, air/water heat pump or district heating are on everyone’s lips, very few laymen know or understand the underlying mechanisms. We will be happy to put you in touch with appropriate experts:

 

Topic heat pumps: Heinfried Becker, climate protection agency energiekonsens/coordinator of the heat pump initiative Bremen + Bremerhaven, Tel: 0162 – 97 31 375

Topic Geothermal Energy/Geothermal Energy: Björn Panteleit, Geological Service for Bremen, Tel: 0421 – 21 86 59 15

Topic pellet heating: Werner Ruttmann, Hoppe Haustechnik, energy expert Tel: 0177 – 61 28 846

Topic district heating: Friedhelm Behrens, swb AG, Tel: 0421 – 35 92 049

 

Climate change adaptation – how do I protect my home?

Since the beginning of temperature records (1881), five of the ten warmest years have been in the past ten years. For our region, this already means: an increase in heavy rain, the risk of storm surges and long heat periods with enormous temperature peaks. Many buildings and plots are not prepared for this. Simple measures can help to improve the living and quality of life and to protect the home from climate-related damage. Funded by the Bremen Environmental Department (SKUMS), Bremen Environmental Consulting offers free on-site consultations in the “Climate Change Adaptation” project.

 

Contact: Project manager Katrin Röhrs can be found at the Bremen Old Building Days at the joint stand of Bremen Modernize. For in-depth research, you can reach them at: 0421/7070106.

 

More information: www.hansebau-bremen.de

or www.bremer-altbautage.de/

 

hanseBAU & Bremer Altbautage at a glance:

 

Date: Friday to Sunday, 20th to 22nd January 2023

Opening hours: 10 am to 6 pm

Location: MESSE BREMEN, Halls 5, 6 and 7

Prices online: 10 euros (reduced 8.50 euros), after-work ticket (from 3 p.m.): 6 euros

More information: www.hansebau-bremen.de; www.bremer-altbautage.de

 

 

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