Enjoy the new efnMOBILE 2.0 book. It provides the European Facade Network (efn), its conferences and the connected professional community with a local platform for communication, exhibition, innovative development, and interaction.
It also includes an overview of the nine existing international European masters programs, that teach theoretical and practice-oriented skills of digital analysis-, design-, planning- and production methods and detailed overview of the latest technological developments in facades. The majority of them prepares for international projects in international markets. Therefore, teamwork and presentation skills have a fixed place in most curricula.
Our FACE | FAÇADES ARCHITECTURE CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING training program organized in Bolzano by IDM South Tyrol and EURAC research in partnership with the Façades Working Group is one of these 9 programs. Stay tuned for the incoming new 3rd edition of FACE (2018).
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Based on the experiences of efnMOBILE 1.0 the hands-on student workshop activities and exhibitions took place in different environments and locations encouraging new technologies and methodologies. Like efnMOBILE 1.0 the new workshop series efnMOBILE 2.0 provides the European Facade Network (efn), its conferences and the connected professional community with a local platform for communication, exhibition, innovative development, and interaction. efnMOBILE 2.0 is reaching out to be developed from a European communication and technology exchange instrument into an international tool to exchange with the global facade community.
All events of efnMOBILE 2.0 follow an overall theme: ‘Efficient Envelopes’. Focusing towards adaptive and transdisciplinary approaches to improve the building envelope’s thus the building’s performance through human-centered solutions in facade technology. The task is to inspire the upcoming generation of architects, designers, and engineers to allow themselves to follow uncharted paths of development, think outside the box, to build showcase…
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