ISC3 – International Competence Center for Sustainable Chemistry

The International Competence Center for Sustainable Chemistry (ISC3) is a new international organisation in Bonn. The centre was initiated by the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) and GIZ acts as the institution of the institute. As headquarters, the ISC3 has selected a Bonn townhouse from 1896. For these premises, the ISC3 wanted a forward-looking corporate interior concept for a healthy and aesthetic work environment, meeting the highest building biology requirements. The corporate philosophy of preserving the environment in the long term only through more sustainable chemistry and a more conscious use of resources can be experienced throughout the building. The interior design was thoughtfully adapted to the old building, reduced to the essentials, with many controlled pieces of work, everything ecological, sustainable and biologically tested.

Success for the Interior Design of the ISC3 Office in the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2019

25.03.2019 – Stefanie Jörgens was commended in the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2019. The interior design of the ISC3 Office received an Honourable Mention, awarded by the renowned panel for a particularly successful aspect of design work.As client, the German...

“NaturDesign” show house project in Frechen (near Cologne), Germany

“Ms Jörgens supported us in the creative planning and furnishing and fitting of the entire interior of the new ‘NaturDesign’ show house in Frechen in which we put a new emphasis on ecological and sustainable building. The main tasks included conceptual and detailed design planning, preparation of and involvement in contracting, project supervision and documentation, and realisation of the exhibition area. Ms Jörgens is excellent at project planning and has a wealth of ideas. We are delighted with the quality of the final result. Bau-Fritz GmbH & Co. KG, Erkheim, Germany, 07.06.2016


European Water Partnership (EWP) is an organisation with the objective of sustainably securing the resource water. For this purpose, we develop ideas to sensitise the consciousness of the people. As a forward-looking information and communication platform for global water issues, in 2013 it launched the „FLOW project“. Our creative office has designed a hiking pavilion that travels through European capitals. The task of the pavilion was to convey experience and understanding to a broad audience via edutainment with multisensory productions in an extraordinary object. Furthermore, a European ideas competition for a future European water experience centre was initiated. The Région de Bruxelles-Capitale has supported this idea competition through the cooperation of its authorities „Régie Foncière, the Directorate of Monuments et Sites“ and the „Institut Bruxellois de Gestion de l’Environnement“.