Is an independent platform for research, development and transfer on which material resources are researched in order to develop social construction projects and integrate them in a global education context.

Links cooperation partners and coordinates the requests of all those involved in the project serving a collective constructional and educational task.

Offers students who are interested in intercultural construction projects the chance of organised participation in interdisciplinary teams.

Provides its long-standing, transdisciplinary experience in research, development and transfer for constructive building projects.

cobuild – community builds

Education transfer

Afemdi – Construction on a millet field


Resource research – man and material

Art and building

The Sculptors Foundation Linke


The connection of young students‘ educational work with applied research, practice and civilian society leads to a multiple community of different generations and cultures with different perspectives.

The expertise of selected project-related partners contributes to the identification of sensible and consistent conversions or extension possibilities of construction projects.

Medial communication formats of various genres interview the project partners, transfer and multiply the project processes and enable global reproduction impulses.

A socio-cultural and structurally constructive project history is told, with the goal of helping all parties gain a reflected, fair added value that is relevant to society.


Students from various European universities of applied sciences and universities.

Students after completion of General University Entrance Qualification.

Craftswomen and craftsmen with experience in traditional construction.

Engineers and architects with expertise in constructive structural engineering and urban construction.

Internationale Institutions, foundations, NGOs, unions, development associations.

Local, regional and global construction firms and companies.

Private and public developers with constructive planning concerns.

Private individuals commited to educational building projects.