Share Goods, Ideas and Skills.
Join Circle Centre and help us fight overconsumption and waste through sharing!
Become a member, explore our Library of Goods and borrow items for your home, new project, or next adventure.
We want to hear how Circle Centre has impacted you. This survey should take less than 10 minutes to answer.Your answers are anonymous so please respond honestly. These results will be used in a Master's thesis and will be presented anonymously. All questions in this survey are optional and you can stop taking the survey at any time. The last section will provide more information on an optional opportunity for you to become more involved in what Circle Centre does with these answers, with a workshop based on these survey results in mid-March. Please contact Sophie Lahey at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns. Link to the survey here: https://forms.gle/o2RA1LmgX7E42hcs9
Building a sustainable and just future through a Sharing Economy
Circle Centre was founded to address the problem of overconsumption, which leads to degradation of environmental resources, poor working conditions, and excess waste.
We believe that by starting a Library of Goods with items that we do not need everyday, we can start changing the idea of ownership. We aim to promote more cultural consumption, rather than the material consumption of goods.
As a part of this movement, we also host open educational events and hands-on workshops focused on sustainable living and reuse. Additionally, by offering a common workspace, we aim to foster a tight-knit community of Lund where people can share not just goods, but ideas and skills as well.
Library of Goods
Most of the things we have, we rarely use. Instead of buying items you only need occasionally, and having them take up space at home, you can borrow all kind of things from our Library of Goods! Saves space, money and is kinder for the planet.
Circle Centre is not just a place to borrow items from, but also a space for members to work independently or collaboratively on their personal projects. For example, bring your fabric and use the Circle Centre sewing machine during our opening hours in-house, instead of taking it home with you.
At Circle Centre we do not only share goods, but also ideas and skills!
Join our open educational events to gain knowledge on sustainability or learn how to mend and repair your goods in one of our hand-on workshops.
Centrally located at Petroleumhuset, our Library of Goods is open twice per week.
Tuesday 17:30 - 19h
Saturday 10:30 - 12h