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Collaboration + abundance at #LF19.

[If there is collaboration, there is also abundance].

Join me at Living Future 19 in Seattle for another incredible #LF unconference 🙂

Living Future is all about cross-industry collaboration. We believe regenerative design can only happen when all voices are brought to the table. If you’re interested in making a difference in your community, then there’s a place for you at Living Future.

Keynote speakers will be: Bill McKibben (350.org, Founder), Mary Robinson (Former President of Ireland, UN Special Envoy on Climate Change), Mustafa Santiago Ali (Hip Hop Caucus, Senior Vice President of Climate, Environmental Justice, & Community), Sara Sanford (GEN, Executive Director), Mark Chambers (Chief Sustainability Officer, City of New York).
Moreover, there will be a number of sessions, workshops, tours and 
 happy hour events. Not to forget, the launch of the new version of the Living Building Challenge standard, LBC 4.0 and the new version of JUST 2.0. This is the leading event in regenerative design you can’t miss 😉

I will have the great opportunity to present in two sessions:

The International Summit
Wednesday May 1, 2019 1:00pm – 4:00pm,
Hyatt Regency – Sol Duc Room # 708

Join participants of the Living Future Network around the globe to discuss the creation of Living Buildings, Products, and Communities outside of the US.
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REthinking Sustainability Towards a Regenerative Economy: The RESTORE Project
Thursday May 2, 2019 3:45pm – 5:00pm
Hyatt Regency – Willapa Room #512
w/ Martin Brown and Emanuele Naboni
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Sustainable buildings and facilities are critical to a future that is socially just, ecologically restorative, culturally rich and economically viable within the climate change context. Despite over a decade of strategies and programmes, progress on built environment sustainability fails to address these key issues. Consequently, the built environment sector no longer has the luxury of being incrementally less bad, but, with urgency, needs to adopt net-positive, restorative sustainability thinking to incrementally do ‘more good’.
This session will focus on the work that the COST RESTORE project has been achieving in Europe over the last two years to accelerate the adoption and awareness of restorative buildings. The session will review research, collaboration and projects that have emerged from this partnership of 130 organizations and institutions. The panellists will elaborate also on how the Living Building Challenge can bring restorative principles to building projects through this Action across Europe.

So, what are you waiting for? 
 Ready to jojn us at #LF19? Registration here. See you in Seattle 😉

Carlo Battisti is Chair of the COST Action 16114 RESTORE and European Executive Director for the International Living Future Institute.

The RESTORE Challenge.

Join us for the mid-term (un)conference in Bolzano, March 14th, 2019.

Sustainable buildings and facilities are critical to a future that is socially just, ecologically restorative, culturally rich and economically viable within the climate change context. Despite over a decade of strategies and programmes, progress on built environment sustainability fails to address these key issues. Consequently, the built environment sector no longer has the luxury of being incrementally less bad, but, with urgency, needs to adopt net-positive, restorative sustainability thinking to incrementally do ‘more good’.

The RESTORE Action affects a paradigm shift towards restorative sustainability for new and existing buildings across Europe, promoting forward thinking and multidisciplinary knowledge, leading to solutions that celebrate the richness of
design creativity while enhancing users’ experience, comfort, health, wellbeing and satisfaction inside and outside buildings, and in harmony with urban and natural ecosystems, reconnecting users to nature.

In 2015, world leaders at an historic UN Summit adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals. In 2016, the Paris Agreement on climate change entered into force, addressing the need to limit the rise of global temperatures.

The Sustainable Development Goals are a call for action by all countries – poor, rich and middle-income – to promote prosperity while protecting the planet. They recognize that ending poverty must go hand-in-hand with strategies that build economic growth and address a range of social needs including education, health, social protection, and job opportunities, while tackling climate change and environmental protection.

The Sustainable Development Goals are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. They address the global challenges we face, including those related to poverty, inequality, climate, environmental degradation, prosperity, and peace and justice. The Goals interconnect and in order to leave no one behind, it is important that we achieve each Goal and target by 2030.

Main goal of the event is to analyse through a multidisciplinary collaboration and using an edutainment approach how the RESTORE Action is aligned or may be better aligned with the 17 Sustainable Development Goals and can effectively contribute to their achievement.

This event is based upon work from COST Action RESTORE CA16114, supported by COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology). COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) is a pan-European intergovernmental framework. Its mission is to enable break-through scientific and technological developments leading to new concepts and products and thereby contribute to strengthening Europe’s research and innovation capacities.

www.eurestore.eu

Organisation: Eurac Research – Bolzano, Italy
Credits: 5 LFA (Living Future Accredited professional) CEU hours
Date: Thursday 14 March 2019
Hours: 08:00 – 17:00
Venue: Bolzano, NOI Techpark, Via A. Volta 13, 39100
Participation free of charge, places are limited.
Registration here.

Download full program here.

Office, Health and Change.

L’effetto dello spazio ufficio e delle attrezzature sulla salute fisica e psicosociale.

L’aumento della produttivitĂ  e la riduzione dei costi hanno portato una intensificazione dei ritmi di lavoro, spesso in ambienti non ottimali per ottenere il miglior rendimento.

Soluzioni come Job and Desk Sharing, Multi Space, Coworking Spaces o Flexible Offices offrono opportunitĂ  per processi di lavoro piĂč efficienti, ma richiedono soluzioni progettuali specifiche, per garantire il comfort e l’ergonomia necessari.

Durante l’evento verranno fornite informazioni per ottenere ambienti lavorativi confortevoli e salubri, ottimizzando i fattori che influiscono sul benessere fisico e mentale. Verranno inoltre mostrati esempi concreti di progettazione partecipativa, misura del comfort e soluzioni di arredo per garantire il «benessere» nel proprio ambiente lavorativo.

Quando: gio 7 febbraio 2019, 16:30 – 19:00 CET
Dove: NOI Techpark, Via Alessandro Volta 13, 39100 Bolzano
Partecipazione gratuita, posti limitati
Registrazione qui
La partecipazione all’evento dà diritto a 2 crediti formativi professionali (CFP) per architetti e 2 crediti LFA (Living Future Accredited professional).

PROGRAMMA

16:00  Registrazione

16:15  Saluti introduttivi

16.30  Progettare e verificare il comfort
Francesco Babich – Eurac Research

17:00  Living office. Progettazione biofilica per gli spazi di lavoro.  Carlo Battisti – International Living Future Institute

17:30    Nuovi spazi per nuove realtà lavorative.
Manfred Andergassen, vival.institute, esperto di management della   salute, supervisore e coach.

18:15   Attento a come ti siedi. Nuovi modi di lavorare, vecchi   problemi?
Michael KlÀsener, Sedus Stoll, esperto ergonomico

19:00   Chiusura lavori ed aperitivo

Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s (CBF) Brock Environmental Center, Virginia Beach, Virginia (USA)

Die Auswirkungen von BĂŒrorĂ€umen und GerĂ€ten auf die körperliche und psychosoziale Gesundheit.

ProduktivitĂ€tssteigerungen und Kostensenkungen fĂŒhren zu einer Steigerung des Arbeitstempos, oft in nicht optimalen Umgebungen, um die beste Effizienz zu erreichen.

Lösungen wie Job- und Desk Sharing, Multi Space, Coworking Spaces oder Flexible Offices bieten Möglichkeiten fĂŒr effizientere Arbeitsprozesse, erfordern jedoch spezielle Designlösungen, um den erforderlichen Komfort und die Ergonomie zu gewĂ€hrleisten.

WĂ€hrend der Veranstaltung werden Informationen gegeben, um ein komfortables und gesundes Arbeitsumfeld zu schaffen und die Faktoren zu optimieren, die das körperliche und geistige Wohlbefinden beeinflussen. DarĂŒber hinaus werden konkrete Beispiele fĂŒr partizipatives Design, Komfortmessung und Einrichtungslösungen gezeigt, um “Wohlbefinden” im Arbeitsumfeld zu gewĂ€hrleisten.

PROGRAMM

16:00  Registrierung

16:15  BegrĂŒĂŸung

16.30  Comfort planen und ĂŒberprĂŒfen
Francesco Babich – EURAC Institut fĂŒr erneuerbare Energien

17:00  Living Office. Biophile Planung fĂŒr ArbeitsrĂ€ume.
Carlo Battisti – International Living Future Institute

17:30    Neue Arbeitswelten brauchen neue RÀume!
Manfred Andergassen, vival.institute, Experte fĂŒr Betriebliches   Gesundheitsmanagement

18:15   „Sitz Dich nicht krank“; neue Arbeitsweisen – alte Probleme?
Michael KlÀsener, Sedus Stoll, Ergonomiexperte

19:00   Abschluss & Networking (inklusive Aperitif)

Wenn: Donnerstag 7.Februar 2019, 16:30 – 19:00 CET Uhr
Wo: NOI Techpark, Alessandro Volta Straße 13, 39100 Bozen
Kostenloser Event. BeschrÀnkte Teilnehmerzahl.
Registrierung hier
FĂŒr die erfolgreiche Teilnahme erhalten Architekten zwei Credits. Dieser Workshop wurde auch fĂŒr 2 LFA (Living Future Accredited professional) CEU-Stunden genehmigt.

ILFI a Klimahouse. La scelta per un Living Future.

Manca una settimana a Klimahouse 2019 (23-26 gennaio), la prima con la partecipazione dell’International Living Future Institute e con un’ospite da non perdere, Amanda Sturgeon, CEO dell’Istituto e autrice del libro “Creating biophilic buildings“. Volete seguire la traccia del Living Building Challenge nei quattro giorni di fiera? Ecco dove trovarci:

Il desk ILFI in Fiera.

Come partner principale del Klimahouse Startup Award, potete trovare l’International Living Future Institute al desk G-1 all’interno dello Startup Village, nella galleria tra i due padiglioni AB e CD, subito dopo l’ingresso visitatori, sulla sinistra. Nei quattro giorni di fiera 23-26.01 potrete trovare lĂŹ i volontari del Living Building Challenge Collaborative: Italy. Volete un biglietto di ingresso gratuito per la fiera? Scrivete a LBCCItaly@gmail.com

Amanda Sturgeon

Il congresso Klimahouse.

GiovedĂŹ 24.01 mattina, dalle ore 9, Amanda Sturgeon Ăš la keynote speaker al Congresso, nella giornata dedicata agli “Smart materials” presso MEC – Meeting and Event Center (Fiera Bolzano). Per registrarsi all’evento, Ăš necessario acquistare separatamente un biglietto dal sito della Fiera Bolzano qui. Come partner Fiera possiamo offrirvi uno sconto sul biglietto, scrivere a LBCCItaly@gmail.com

L’evento di lancio dell’etichetta Declare Europe.

Sempre giovedĂŹ 24.01, nel pomeriggio ore 17-19 non mancate la prima europea dell’etichetta di trasparenza per i prodotti Declare, dell’International Living Future Institute. Amanda Sturgeon presenterĂ  il programma Declare, all’interno di un workshop con testimonianze di alcune aziende del settore che racconteranno come realizzano i loro prodotti. L’evento rientra nelle attivitĂ  Living Future Europe, grazie alla sponsorizzazione dei partner globali Knauf Insulation, Elementa, Kingspan, Tarkett e HumanScale. L’evento conta inoltre sul supporto locale delle aziende Assmann (transformative sponsor) e Ton-Gruppe, Eurofinestra e Mafi (visionary sponsor). Per partecipare, richiedere il biglietto di ingresso gratuito qui. Programma: ita / deu / eng

Klimahouse Startup Award.

ILFI Ăš main partner del Klimahouse Startup Award 2019. La finale, con la scelta del vincitore tra le 26 startup partecipanti si svolgerĂ  venerdĂŹ 25.01 dalle ore 18:30 nello spazio NOISE del NOI Techpark. Amanda Sturgeon sarĂ  la madrina di questo evento con un keynote speech. La partecipazione Ăš aperta al pubblico.

Per maggiori informazioni sulle attivitĂ  del LBC Collaborative: Italy scrivere a LBCCItaly@gmail.com.

Per informazioni sulle attivitĂ  di ILFI a livello europeo (Living Future Europe) i contatti sono i seguenti:

International Living Future Institute
NOI Techpark, Voltastraße / Via Volta 13A  I-39100 Bozen / Bolzano
T/ +39 0471 1957067 M/ +39 338 4490565
carlo.battisti@living-future.org

 

 

Declare. Your product.

Are you ready for the transparency revolution? Join us for the the Declare Europe launch event. 24 Jan 2019 at NOI Techpark.

 

The International Living Future Institute and the Living Building Challenge Collaborative: Italy are proud to invite you to

Your product. How do you achieve it?
Find healthy products for your next project at  
the Declare Europe launch event at
NOI Techpark, Via A. Volta, 13, 39100 Bolzano, Italy, Room SEM3.
January 24th, 2019 h 17:00-19:00

Featuring keynote speaker

AMANDA STURGEON,  International Living Future Institute CEO and author of Creating Biophilic Buildings

PROGRAM ita / deu / eng

17.00 Welcome & Introduction. Carlo Battisti, International Living Future Institute, European Executive Director

17.15 Stories of companies: how do they make it?

A story of true biobased-building: Geosana+ house – Ulrich Pinter, Ton Gruppe, building-coach and Founder

Innovate. Naturally. How to create an eco-modular window – Giovanni Toniato, Eurofinestra, Business Development  Manager

Healthy. Stable. Genuine. Natural wood floors for biophilic design – Georg Klampfer, Mafi, Senior Sales Manager

18.15  label launch in Europe.
Amanda Sturgeon, International Living Future Institute, CEO

18.45 Closing & Networking (drinks and snacks included)

Entrance is free but places are limited. Please register here.
This workshop has been approved for 2 LFA (Living Future Accredited professional) CEU hours. Languages: IT / EN / DE.

Flyer ita / deu / eng

FACE3 | Final event

Interreg Italy-Austria FACEcamp project has offered a training course aimed at increasing the know-how of companies and freelance professionals operating in the field of complex technological building façades. The course aimed to transfer to freelance professionals and technical staff of construction companies, concepts and innovative methods in the sector of complex technological façades. The educational program had a complete structure regarding the covered topics, to provide innovative concepts, tools and methods, while stimulating the growth of local skills in the construction sector, increasingly subject to environmental and energy regulations.

The course was divided into 6 units, for a total of 15 days. It was characterized by a strong orientation to practice with the participation of experienced speakers, well-known for their skills in the field. All contents have been conceived and designed to address the main themes of concept, design, calculation, production, installation and maintenance of complex building facades. A study trip to Milan was organized to closely analyse significant examples of technological innovation in the field of façades.

We are inviting you to the final event with public presentations of the results, that will take place on Thursday, December 6th, h 10-17 at NOI Techpark, Bolzano (Italy). You can download the full program here.

Target group
Companies, architects, engineers, developers, owners, research centres.

Continuous Educational Units (CEUs)
Participation is valid for 5 CFP for architects, 4 CFP for periti industriali, 3 CFP for engineers.

Fee
Participation is free, upon registration here. Places are limited.

Event in English language without translation.


Program

10:00  Registration

10:30  Introduction. IDM Alto Adige – SĂŒdtirol, Ecosystem Construction

Façade design and construction. The hot spots.
Angelo Lucchini, full professor at Politecnico of Milan, ABC Department

The future of façades. The industry’s perspective.
Paolo Rigone, UNICMI, Technical Manager

FACE 3rd edition. Façade physics, technology, operations. The Project Works of the 3rd edition of the course:

11:00  The effect of dynamic selective shading devices and their potential in Northern Europe.
Jaap Aanhaanen, Cowi, responsible for facade projects

11:15  Adaptable Window system.
Giovanni Toniato, Eurofinestra, product developer

11:30  Energy retrofitting of two building typologies: apartment block and   individual house under conservation measures.
Jernej Markelj, AaJM+, freelance architect

11:45  Climate-adaptive building’s façade: digital workflow for façade construction.
Angelo Figliola, Unicam SAAD, architect and researcher

12:00  BIM for glazed facades production and installation phase.
Audrius Lukosius, Fasadglas BÀcklin, façade design manager

12:15  Desktop study of timber unitised curtain wall fire performance for high rise tower application.
Alessandro Massarotto, C&S Facades, cladding bid manager

12:30  A façade integrated, heat recovery, nearly passive ventilation unit.
Zuzana Prochazkova, Pich Architects, architect & R+D manager

12:45  BIM, BEM and AVA for solar shading system.
Reinhard Trojer, HELLA, technical department

13:00  Lunch break

14:00  New Tech Façade (NTF).
Federico Dal Cin, Studio FDC, owner & building envelope specialist

14:15  A design proposal for a building integrated solar thermal vertical collector   (BIST) working as a dynamic self-activated shading device.
Giulia Santoro, Arup Italia, façade engineer

14:30  Decision-making tool -optic (glazing) component for ME-climatic condition.
Aya Alayan, Navitas, façade engineer

14:45  One single model: structural glazing analysis for complex shape structures.
Marco Benedetti, Maffeis Engineering, façade and structural engineer

15:00  LCA Façade Configurator.
Matteo Giovanardi, Ai Group, freelance architect and energy modeler

15:15  Adaptive glaze façade for an office building in Rome.
Ornella Ferlito, Manens-Tifs, building physics specialist

15:30  Case study to create a company procedure of development and innovation on technical details.
Michele Realis Luc, Zanetti, project manager

15:45  Dependency of energy loads and operational costs of a typical office room on façade design choices.
Paolo Bonato, EURAC research, junior researcher

16:00  Jury final evaluation

16:30  Closing
Final certificates. Best Project Work special mention. Closing remarks.


funded by European Regional Development Fund and Interreg V-A Italy-Austria 2014-2020
finanziato dal Fondo europeo di sviluppo regionale e Interreg V-A Italia-Austria 2014-2020
gefördert durch den EuropĂ€ischen Fonds fĂŒr regionale Entwicklung und Interreg V-A Italien-Österreich 2014-2020

When biophilia meets biomimicry.

What does good look like? Join the International Living Future Institute in Paris at Biomim’expo next October, 23rd for a workshop on “Creating Biophilic Buildings for a Regenerative Future”

October 23, 2018 – Paris, France
at Biomim’expo 2018, CitĂ© des sciences et de l’industrie de La Villette
#S3 – LOTUS A3 – 14:30-16:00 – Creating Biophilic Buildings for a Regenerative Future, by the International Living Future Institute.

As part of our Living Building Challenge – workshop series, Living Future Europe, will deliver a series of workshops to enable participants to expand their regenerative design capabilities and integrate concepts into their practices such as Biophilic Design. The event includes the following workshop: “How to create truly biophilic and regenerative buildings and communities”. This workshop is aimed at architects, engineers, developers and product manufacturers interested in innovative and transformative solutions, providing insights from leaders in the green building community through real-world examples while providing tools and techniques that can be applied in the local French context.

Spaces are limited to 60 for this training opportunity. The workshop will be animated in English with possible interactions in French thanks to the translation of Estelle Cruz and Louise Hamot.

Dans le cadre de notre sĂ©rie d’ateliers sur le Living Building Challenge, Living Future Europe propose des ateliers pour permettre aux participants d’approfondir leurs compĂ©tences en conception rĂ©gĂ©nĂ©rative et d’intĂ©grer ces concepts dans leurs pratiques comme la conception biophilique. Cet Ă©vĂ©nement correspond au workshop suivant: “Comment crĂ©er des bĂątiments et communautĂ©s rĂ©gĂ©nĂ©rateurs”. Cet atelier s’adresse aux architectes, ingĂ©nieurs, dĂ©veloppeurs et fabricants de produits intĂ©ressĂ©s par des solutions innovatrices et transformatrices, offrant une rĂ©flexion menĂ©e par des leaders de la communautĂ© de la construction Ă©cologique anglo-saxonne Ă  travers des exemples concrets tout en fournissant des outils et techniques qui peuvent ĂȘtre appliquĂ©s dans le contexte français local.

Les places sont limitĂ©es Ă  60 personnes pour cette occasion. L’atelier sera animĂ© en anglais avec des interactions possibles en français grĂące aux traduction de Estelle Cruz et Louise Hamot.

Moderated by:

  • Carlo Battisti, European Executive Director INTERNATIONAL LIVING FUTURE INSTITUTE. Sustainable Innovation Consultant and Project Manager. Degree in Civil Engineering from the Politecnico of Milan, about twenty years of experience in construction companies, with different roles // Consultant en innovation durable et chef de projet, Carlo est DiplĂŽmĂ© en GĂ©nie Civil Ă  l’Ecole Polytechnique de Milan. Il a aujourd’hui une vingtaine d’annĂ©es d’expĂ©rience dans des entreprises de construction en ayant occupĂ© diffĂ©rents postes.
  • Louise Hamot, Engineer – Architect, Sustainability and Environmental Analysis, Elementa Consulting. While having just graduated from a double diploma in Architecture with high honors of the Jury at Ensa Nantes and in Engineering with a major in Urban and Building physics at Ecole Centrale, she has more than 2 years of professional experiences in deep green architecture // IngĂ©nieur Architecte DE, diplĂŽmĂ©e de l’Ecole Centrale de Nantes en Physique de l’Environnement Urbain et du BĂąti et de l’Ecole Nationale SupĂ©rieure d’Architecture de Nantes, Louise a plus de 2 ans d’expĂ©rience professionnelle en architecture regenerative.
  • Estelle Cruz, Architecte-ingĂ©nieur, ChargĂ©e de mission Habitat du Ceebios. A young state-certified architect and engineering student, Estelle followed the dual courses of architecture and engineering at ENSAL and Ecole Centrale de Lyon. Passionate about biomimicry, she undertook a one-year “biomimicry world tour” // Jeune Architecte diplĂŽmĂ©e d’Etat et Ă©lĂšve ingĂ©nieur (en cours de validation d’acquis), Estelle a suivit le double cursus architecte-ingĂ©nieur de l’ENSAL et Ecole Centrale de Lyon. PassionnĂ©e par le biomimĂ©tisme, elle a entrepris durant un an un “tour du monde du biomimĂ©tisme”.

Biomim’expo 2018
23/10/2018 – 08:30 Ă  19:30
CitĂ© des sciences et de l’industrie
30 Avenue Corentin Cariou
75019 Paris, France
http://www.biomimexpo.com

Participation is free, but places are limited. To attend the workshop you need first to register to Biomim’expo. The International Living Future Institute has still some free tickets available. Please contact carlo.battisti@living-future.org. Once you registered for Biomim’expo you can register for free to this workshop using this link selecting the box  #S3 – LOTUS A3 – 14h30 – Creating Biophilic Buildings for a Regenerative Future and writing you name, email address and first 4 numbers of your Biomim’expo entry ticket. We are looking forward to meeting you in Paris 🙂