The aim of the association is to promote reuse throughout Switzerland, in particular by:
Completed his double degree in architecture and civil engineering in Lyon in 2014 (INSA-ENSA) and then worked as a construction manager and architect first in Lyon and then in Paris, where he co-founded the "Collectif Pourquoi Pas?!". He specialized in circular construction and reuse in Paris and set up the "Bricologis" workshop near Lyon in 2016. Since 2018, he is a collaborator at the construction office in situ in Zurich.
She is a manager of non-profit organizations and brings this expertise to the board. She represents SYPHON Biel/Bienne, the social corporation that creates social integration through the reprocessing and reuse of used components.
She is an architect from Berlin. After studying at the TU-Berlin with a focus on urban design, she came to Zurich in 2002 and switched to representing building owners in 2007. She first worked in consulting for building cooperatives then for the canton of Zurich. She is currently developing an Innosuisse project with the Bern University of Applied Sciences on digital methods to promote the continued use of existing buildings.
Corentin holds a master's degree in civil engineering and a doctorate in engineering from UCLouvain, Belgium. In 2016, he was appointed Assistant Professor of Architecture and Structural Design at the School of Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering of Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland, where he leads the Structural Xploration Lab, a research and teaching laboratory that studies the design of building systems for architecture.
Arabelle is a researcher and responsible for industry liaison at the Chair of Circular Engineering for Architecture (CEA) at ETH Zurich. She graduated from EPFL in 2018 with a degree in civil engineering. Later, she worked in Zurich as a civil engineer as well as a consultant for sustainable construction. In 2022, she moved to the CEA.
Olivier is a qualified architect ETH SIA. With his architectural office "Olivier de Perrot Architecture" in Zurich, he shapes projects for the conversion and new construction of single-family and multi-family houses, gastronomy buildings as well as settlement design and district planning. With the internet platform "Salza" he wants to promote and further advance the reuse of building components in Swiss architecture and design.