Editorial, graphics and media relations for sustainable construction network

The Sustainable Construction Network Switzerland (NNBS) has worked with Polarstern to develop an information brochure on the findings and insights of its WOHNEN 2020 study on the home of the future. Polarstern was in charge of developing the content, designing the visuals and handling media relations in German and French.

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For the study the NNBS surveyed 1,576 people in German- and French-speaking Switzerland via the wohnen2020.ch website. It’s still possible to take part in the experiment on the website, even though the results will no longer be incorporated in the report.

Among other things the study found that especially in towns and cities, the overwhelming perception is that there’s a lack of sufficient sustainable residential properties – a state of affairs the NNBS and Polarstern want to change. You can download and read the entire findings of the study (in German) here in our brochure.

We at Polarstern are delighted to be able to support such an expert and like-minded partner in its endeavours to promote sustainable approaches in its communications.

You’ll find more information on the Sustainable Construction Network Switzerland and the related Swiss Sustainable Building Standard (SNBS) here: NNBS.ch

 

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