A scaleable, housing-unit made from HEMPCRETE
Hemp-Home is a scalable housing unit made from HEMPCRETE. It is a material made of hemp core, chalk, and water. It can be implemented in the construction almost like cement, it just needs a solid frame supporting the construction. Most importantly it grants many benefits: This material is fireproof, moisture-regulative, scent-absorbent, and sound/temperature-isolating. To speak about sustainability, it even bounds CO2 during the first 10 years after construction at the end of its life as a building it can be used as a basic fertilizer for agriculture.
Die Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin ist mit rund 14.000 Studierenden und über 500 Beschäftigten die größte staatliche Fachhochschule Berlins. Es existieren etwa 70 Studienangebote in den Bereichen Technik, Informatik, Wirtschaft, Kultur und Gestaltung.
My name is Julius Lenz, and I am an Industrial Design student from HTW-Berlin.
Fighting against climate change and the man-made destruction of our planet
has always been my main goal.
And I am more than happy to be granted the opportunity to design products that follow the same goal.