AWM, Münster

Urselmann Interior demonstrates in the recent AWM Münster office renovation how repurposing materials revitalizes workspaces.
Urselmann Interior
Magdalena Gruber

Repurposing materials

Urselmann Interior recently completed an office renovation for AWM Münster, where they repurposed materials with a previous life story. From glass partitions to unique wall claddings crafted from old theater and school chairs, the renovation breathes new purpose into materials, simultaneously reducing the environmental footprint of the project. This approach emphasizes the effectiveness of integrating sustainable products into modern interiors without compromising on aesthetics or functionality.


Environmental Impact

Achieving significant carbon savings, the project cut down 13.32 tonnes of CO² equivalents, translating to an 82% decrease in carbon footprint compared to traditional office renovations. It also reclaimed and reused 6.9 tonnes of materials, effectively preventing the same amount of waste from heading to landfill. Notably, 95.6% of the products used throughout the renovation hold certifications, are in line with Cradle to Cradle (C2C) principles, or have been reused, embodying a robust commitment to environmental stewardship.

Acoustic Solution

A noteworthy feature of this project is the incorporation of the beige Acoustic Baffles PET Felt Straight 2400 & Acoustic Baffles PET Felt Straight 1200. These baffles not only enhance the acoustic quality of the office space but also align with the project’s sustainability ethos. Made from recycled PET bottles, the baffles are a perfect example of how design and environmental responsibility can go hand in hand.

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Acoustic Baffles PET Felt Straight 1200

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Acoustic Baffles PET Felt Straight 2400