WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO
Now is the time to be an innovator.
When we established InteriorPark. in 2010, we were not aware that we were so far ahead of our time.
The lack of resources, the climate crisis and social change had long been the subject and the increasing relevance was foreseeable.
Due to their enormous consumption of resources and energy, architecture and design are the main starting points for sustainable developments.
We believe that the transformation of the throwaway society to a circular economy generates added value for everyone and enables a sustainable and livable built environment. Based on this inner conviction, we look at things in depth: sensitize, connect, network and advise.
Above all, we strive for a new consciousness in architecture, a new kind of thinking.
Consulting & Sustainability Reporting (GRI)
After various positions in international corporations as an executive assistant, she specialised in the topic of sustainability in design and architecture.
As a consultant, she develops and accompanies sustainability strategies for companies. In workshops, she provides well-founded insights into current market developments and accompanies pioneers of sustainability in their positioning.
She designs and creates sustainability reports according to the European CSRD and international GRI Standards, which transparently present both the status quo and the sustainability strategy.
Dipl. Ing. Architect
Tina Kammer has been following developments in the field of sustainability since the 1980s. After eleven years as a cabinet maker, she worked for three years at the architecture firm Jestico + Whiles in London after completing her studies. Back in Germany, she realised further international projects in the field of brand architecture for companies such as BMW, MINI, IBM and as a project manager at HUGO BOSS.
As a source of inspiration, she looks beyond the boundaries of individual isolated topics and is a sought-after expert at lectures, in consultations, workshops and international juries. Her Studio InteriorPark. specialises in sustainable architecture and design concepts.
Since 2022, she has been a professor of architecture with a focus on sustainable construction at the IU International University.
The keyword “Sustainable Architecture and Design” are consistent companions in our everyday professional life. At the same time, not achieving the climate goals and the resulting existential consequences are omnipresent. There are load calls for change. A paradigm shift in architecture is required. But how, by whom and how quickly can this be realised? For a long time, it has no longer been about rethinking architecture but about reinventing ourselves. The idea of publishing a yearbook emerged from the deep conviction that we can shape our future positively and develop this creative act together with all those involved.
There is not just the ONE solution but many. The design of buildings is individual, as are the presented solutions. The book represents an attempt to show the scope of possibilities. It is intended to encourage and inspire novelty. The 50 projects that we have collected show impressively that it can work!
We wish you a lot of fun exploring good and also beautiful architectures.
The book is available here
InteriorPark. is a supporting member of Architects for Future. We support and promote the transformation towards circular building. The building sector is responsible for about 40% of CO2 emissions worldwide and is therefore a crucial lever in reducing GHG to achieve the Paris Climate Agreement.
Initiatives and associations are elementary for the bundled contact to politics and economy. Groundbreaking changes are urgently needed and must be implemented in practice as soon as possible.
For more information on the work of Architects for Future and their commitment, please visit their website and social media.
Concular is the market leader for material passports and the recycling of materials: simple, economical and ecologically measurable.
Circularity partners are companies, offices and research institutions that have recognised that the circular economy only works together.
Together we form the new circular value chain that closes material loops measurably and economically – from planning to construction, from deconstruction to processing, from testing to reuse.