Welcome to the

IBA Study House

From 2000 to 2010 the Internationale Bauausstellung (IBA) Fürst-Pückler-Land took place in Lusatia (Brandenburg). Through 30 exemplary projects and EU-projects IBA gave economical, creative and ecological impulses for the required structural change in the mining region. 2010 was the big presentation of the IBA process. Now the social club "IBA Studierhaus" uses this heritage.


Creative Workspaces

You would like to stay close to the scene with a group of students to work on the topic of changing landscapes? In that case, a stay at the IBA-Study-House is recommended. All IBA-Projects are documented in the storehouse of knowledge. In addition, a library, a photography and movie archive, spacious working spaces and a lecture hall as well as simple but nice accomodation facilities are provided. A special flair is provided by the IBA-Café which invites spontaneous visitors and travellers to take a rest. read more

Money for Industry Heritage

The infrastrucure at diffrent stations of the ENERGY Heritage Route of Lusatian Industrial Culture is going to be improved in the project INKULA. The IBA study house has the leadership in the project development. We work together with six citys and municipals. Recently Kathrin Schneider, minister of infrastructure in Brandenburg, brought the message of a positive development funds to the project team.

Internship für Students

The IBA-Study House is always looking for interns from various fields of study in order to strengthen its team. Working independently is not only possible, but also expected. We hope to hear from you!

last update: 9/29/2016 9:59


IBA Studierhaus Fürst-Pückler-Land e. V.
Seestraße 84-86
01983 Großräschen
phone: +49 (0)35753/370-0
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Open Doors for Cultures

The Study House Association opens its doors to various regional cultural events. The IBA-Café has a special atmosphere that often tempts spontaneous guests and travelers to stay. In addition, the Study House Association organizes cultural events and can provide a glimpse into the IBA film archives.