Lübeck is known for its brick architecture. Because of the beautiful facades, tourists come to visit the Hanseatic city, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site for a good 30 years.
Mathias Jürgensen, who has his exhibition warehouse about 1.5 hours away from Lübeck, deals in old bricks. The bricks are removed, cleaned and palletized in elaborate manual work. In the process, each brick is a piece of building culture. Around 100,000 bricks of different types - all from Schleswig Holstein - are stored in his brick yard.

Click here for the NDR report "die nordstory: Steinreiches Lübeck".

More news in this category:

11 steps to sustainable historic preservation
Our member Historische Baustoffe Ostalb in 2 newspaper articles
Historische Baustoffe Ostalb to be seen on TV
Member Jürgen Zmelty at SWR "made in Südwest
Treasure instead of debris
Specialist recycles antique building materials
Sustainability: The building material hunters
Modernize old house
Stone rich Lübeck
Ancient substance
Café with historie
The ÖKO-Patchwork-Palace
AntikStein: The best of yesterday
Go there: From old to new
Building materials with patina
On the road in Brandenburg - the magazine
HÄUSER magazine: The charm of historical building materials
Historic brick floors
Historically valuable
Saving and recycling building history
An article about our member "Historische Baustoffe Ostalb" in a local newspaper
A marble pavilion from Alexandria
Schorndorfer Nachrichten report about member Martin Häberle
SZ article: In former times everything was more beautiful
A district disappears - An article in the Südwest Presse
Asked by H. Christoph Freudenberger - Interview with the editorial staff of "denkmal
"valuable again" Historical building elements on ZDF
Half-timbered renovation with sure instinct - an article in the newspaper Die Welt
Make more beautiful with antique building materials - UHB-Members Country Style
Salvage Cumberland - Historical building elements
Nach oben