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FACE goes international!

FACE | Façades Architecture Construction Engineering (3rd edition).
April – November 2018 | Applications are now open!

The FACEcamp project offers to a selected number of professionals a free of charge training program aimed at increasing the know-how of companies and freelance professionals operating in the field of complex technological building façades. The course aims to transfer to freelance professionals and technical staff of façade construction companies, concepts and innovative methods in the sector of complex technological façades.

The educational program has 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 is divided into 6 units, for a total of 15 days (120 hours).

Applications deadline: 4 March 2018

Language: English
Coordination: Carlo Battisti, IDM Südtirol – Alto Adige carlo.battisti@idm-suedtirol.com
Organisation: Marco Cecchellero, EURAC research education@eurac.edu

Further information and application instructions here.

FACEcamp è finanziato dal Fondo europeo di sviluppo regionale e Interreg V-A Italia – Austria 2014-2020.
FACEcamp ist durch den Europäischen Fonds für regionale Entwicklung und Interreg V-A Italien-Österreich 2014-2020 gefördert.
(cover photo: © IDM /A.Filz)

Restorative Budapest.

ABOUT RESTORE

RESTORE advocates for a paradigm shift towards restorative sustainability for new and existing buildings across Europe.
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’.
Within the built environment sustainability agenda a shift is occurring, from a narrow focus on building energy performance, mitigation strategies, and minimisation of environmental impacts to a broader framework that enriches places, people, ecology, culture, and climate at the core of the design task, with a particular emphasis on the salutogenic benefits towards health.
Sustainability in buildings, as understood today, is an inadequate measure for current and future architectural design, for it aims no higher than trying to make buildings “less bad”. Building on current European Standards restorative sustainability approaches can and will raise aspirations and deliver restorative outcomes.
RESTORE CA16114 is an EU COST Action network with 130+ participants across 38 countries, representing a wide spectrum of academic, client, design and construction individuals and organisations.

Night view of The Széchenyi Chain Bridge from Buda Castle

RESTORE CONFERENCE, BUDAPEST

The conference in Budapest will cover exciting new insights in restorative sustainability for new and existing buildings across Europe. The event will focus on Restorative Sustainability and Restorative Design.
Restorative Sustainability is an Evolving Agenda of Restorative Design, which introduces the evolving spectrum of paradigms, design challenges, opportunities, and perspectives for sustainable architecture and urban design. It discusses the knowledge, skills, and competence that should inform and orient the practice shift required by an approach to architecture informed by restorative sustainability.
Restorative Design focuses on processes, methods and tools for Restorative Design. Primarily based on case studies derived from workshops, it constitutes the core of the action and intends to provide “hands-on” guidance to the practice of restorative design.

The building of the Hungarian Parliament

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

  • 09.00-09.15 Welcome
    Dr. András Reith, ABUD, RESTORE WG5 Vice leader
  • 09.15-09.30 Status of sustainable building in Hungary
    Gábor Radványi, Vice President of HuGBC, Chief Architect of Futureal
  • 09.30-09.45 ONE YEAR OF RESTORE
    Carlo Battisti, Eurac Research, RESTORE Chair
  • 09.45-10.15 Sustainability: from Restorative to Regenerative
    Martin Brown, Fairsnape, RESTORE Vice-Chair & WG1 Leader
  • 10.15-10.45 Processes and Tools for Restorative Design
    Emanuele Naboni, KADK Faculty of Architecture, RESTORE WG2 Leader
  • 10.45-11.05 COFFEE BREAK
  • 11.05-11.50 STSM: FROM EXPERIENCE TO DISSEMINATION
    Chair: Michael Burnard, University of Primorska, RESTORE STSM Manager
    Krzysztof Herman (PL) – STSM Title:
    Traces of upcycling and low-budget design in the public space of Faro
    Madalina Sbarcea (RO) – STSM Title:
    A Biophilic Mindset for Restorative Buildings
    Thomas Panagopoulos (PT)
    Experience of STSM Host Organization, University of Algarve, Faro
    Lisanne Havinga (NL) – STSM Title:
    Life Cycle Assessment as a Tool to Guide the Regenerative Design Process
    Giulia Sonetti (IT) – STSM Title:
    Outdoor Space Comfort Perception in University Campuses
  • 11.50-12.05 RESTORE: HOW TO GET INVOLVED?
    Bartosz Zajączkowski, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, RESTORE Science Communication Officer
  • 12.05-12.15 Questions and Answers
    Dr. András Reith, ABUD, RESTORE WG5 Vice leader
  • 12.15-12.30 Final Remarks & Closing
    Dr. András Reith, ABUD, RESTORE WG5 Vice leader
  • 12.30-13.00 TOUR IN THE KINNARPS HOUSE
  • 13.00-14.00 LUNCH AND NETWORKING OPPORTUNITY

Date: February 13th, 2018
Time: 9:00 am – 12:30 pm
Venue: Váci út 92. Kinnarps House, Jarl Conference Hall
Budapest , Hungary
Website: http://www.eurestore.eu/restore-public-conference/
Registration: here
Program and further details

The nature of innovation.

NOI ci siamo!
Open Day al parco tecnologico: scoprire l’innovazione altoatesina il 21 ottobre.

Toccare con mano la scienza e scoprire come una fabbrica abbandonata si è trasformata in una fucina di idee all’avanguardia: tutto questo sarà possibile sabato 21 ottobre dalle 10 alle 18 al NOI Techpark. Il parco tecnologico dell’Alto Adige in Via Volta a Bolzano apre le proprie porte a tutti. Oltre a visite guidate e incontri coi ricercatori, non mancheranno intrattenimento a tema per i bambini e degustazioni.

Capire cosa può fare un sole artificiale, immergersi in prima persona nella realtà virtuale, calcolare il proprio impatto ambientale sulla Terra, scoprire il software per il riconoscimento delle espressioni facciali: tutto questo sarà possibile nelle sedi dei centri di ricerca ospitati al NOI Techpark. Il programma degli incontri coi ricercatori è disponibile online sul sito www.noi.bz.it e verrà distribuito ai visitatori il 21 stesso.

Per scoprire nel dettaglio i locali dell’edificio appena inaugurato, ogni ora la Business Location Südtirol (BLS), responsabile per la costruzione del parco tecnologico, condurrà delle visite guidate. Naturalmente sarà anche possibile visitare il NOI Techpark autonomamente lungo un percorso che attraversa tutta l’area. Alle 11.30 e alle 16 si potrà ascoltare dalla viva voce dell’architetto Claudio Lucchin la sua avventura di ripensare e dare così nuova vita all’area della fabbrica su cui si è sviluppato il parco tecnologico, l’Ex-Alumix. Inoltre IDM Alto Adige, che gestisce il parco tecnologico, presenterà un video-tour del NOI Techpark girato con un drone e un’installazione artistica sulla storia dell’Ex-Alumix. Un altro highlight della giornata sarà l’esposizione dei ritratti dei lavoratori del cantiere scattati dal fotografo altoatesino Ivo Corrà.

I buongustai potranno poi soddisfare il proprio palato alla Noisteria, dove sarà possibile degustare prodotti tipici altoatesini. Non mancherà l’intrattenimento per i più piccoli, sempre all’insegna della tecnologia: tutto il giorno potranno infatti fare piccoli esperimenti, giochi creativi e lavoretti manuali. Per arrivare al NOI Techpark in modo “green”, oltre alla bicicletta, il 21 ottobre in via eccezionale la SASA farà circolare la linea 18 che normalmente è attiva solo durante i giorni feriali.

Il programma completo è disponibile sul sito https://noi.bz.it/it/novita/events/noi-ci-siamo [Comunicato stampa IDM – Foto © IDM/Ivo Corrà]

Aus Alt wird NOI.
Innovation made in Südtirol erleben beim Open Day im Technologiepark am 21. Oktober.

Wissenschaft zum Anfassen: Am Samstag, dem 21. Oktober öffnet der NOI Techpark in der Voltastraße in Bozen von 10 bis 18 Uhr seine Tore für die Öffentlichkeit. Besucher können entdecken, wie eine ehemalige Fabrik in ein Forschungszentrum für zukunftsweisende Ideen verwandelt wurde. Neben Führungen und Begegnungen mit Forschern bietet Südtirols Technologiepark an diesem Tag auch Verkostungen und ein Unterhaltungsprogramm für Kinder.

Den eigenen ökologischen Fußabdruck berechnen, eine Software für die automatische Mimik-Erkennung testen oder verstehen, wozu man eine künstliche Sonne braucht – all das und noch mehr kann man am kommenden Samstag im NOI Techpark entdecken und ausprobieren. Das gesamte Programm des Open Day im NOI Techpark kann auf der Website www.noi.bz.it eingesehen werden.

Für die Entdeckungsreise durch die Räume des neu eröffneten Technologieparks bietet die Business Location Südtirol (BLS), die für den Bau des NOI Techpark verantwortlich zeichnet, stündlich geführte Besichtigungen an. Selbstverständlich können Besucher sich im Techpark auf Innovationskurs begeben und den Technologiepark auch auf eigene Faust entdecken. Um 11.30 und um 16 Uhr wird Architekt Claudio Lucchin über die Herausforderungen der Neugestaltung und Wiederbelebung des Ex-Alumix-Fabrikgeländes berichten, auf dem der NOI Techpark entstanden ist. Der Betreiber des Technologieparks, IDM Südtirol, präsentiert eine mit einer Drohne gedrehte Videotour durch den Park und eine künstlerische Auseinandersetzung mit der Geschichte der ehemaligen Alumix-Fabrik. Ein weiteres Highlight ist die Ausstellung des Südtiroler Fotografen Ivo Corrà, der die Bauarbeiter während der Bauphase porträtiert hat.

In der Noisteria können Südtiroler Spezialitäten verkostet werden. Auf die kleinen Besucher wartet den ganzen Tag über ein buntes Unterhaltungsangebot rund um das Thema Technik: Geboten werden kleine Experimente, kreative Spiele und Bastelarbeiten. Weil NOI für Nature of Innovation steht, werden die Gäste des Open Day gebeten, mit dem Fahrrad oder der NOI-Buslinie 18 anzureisen. Sollte dies nicht möglich sein, sollten Fahrgemeinschaften gebildet oder andere nachhaltige Mobilitätskonzepte genutzt werden. Das vollständige Programm steht auf der Website https://noi.bz.it/de/noiigkeiten/termine/aus-alt-wird-noi bereit [Pressemitteilung IDM – Foto © IDM/Ivo Corrà]

The RESTORE web site is online.

The RESTORE web site is on line 😊

We are happy to announce that the RESTORE website is now up and running. You can visit it at http://www.eurestore.eu

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

The RESTORE website is designed to provide you the most important information about RESTORE COST Action. You will be able to find all necessary details about the people involved, their work, the work and outputs from the Working Groups, but also about Short Training Scientific Mission funding opportunities and Training Schools.

Many sections of the website are still under development, but our goal is to make these web pages your hub for RESTORE information. We plan to communicate and disseminate the outcomes of the Action, but we also want to provide you with the information about the activities and involvement of our members. If you are organising any kind of event that might be of interest of other RESTORE participants, please contact us. We will happily share the information.

A reminder that applications for our First Training School are now invited. Please spread the word and be sure to apply if you are at all interested in Restorative Sustainability. Click here for more information.

Our goal is to make this page your hub for RESTORE information. We plan to communicate and disseminate the outcomes of the Action, but we also want to provide you with the information about the activities and involvement of our members. If you are organising any kind of event that might be of interest of other RESTORE participants, please contact us. We will happily share the information.

We look forward to seeing you engage with other RESTORE participants through the important and vibrant discussions and information sharing on our Twitter account and Facebook pages.

The website is based upon work from COST Action CA16114 RESTORE, supported by COST Programme (European Cooperation in Science and Technology).

Copyright © 2017 COST Action CA16114 RESTORE, All rights reserved.

  

 

 

 

FACEcamp, hub italo-austriaco per facciate ad alte prestazioni.

Un centro di competenza per facilitare lo sviluppo di sistemi avanzati di facciata.

In un edificio la facciata deve assolvere contemporaneamente a diverse funzioni: proteggere dalle intemperie, regolare gli scambi di calore e di energia, permettere un’illuminazione comfortevole e soddisfare una funzione estetica. Nel costruire edifici energeticamente efficienti e in cui si vive bene, la capacità delle aziende di sviluppare facciate complesse sta assumendo negli ultimi anni un ruolo sempre più importante.

foto © IDM/A.Filz

L’esperienza del Gruppo di Lavoro Facciate coordinato da IDM Alto Adige Südtirol prosegue nella realizzazione di un centro di competenza transfrontaliero sulle facciate, all’interno del programma Interreg Italia – Austria. Il progetto (2017-2019) vede Eurac Research come capofila, in compagnia di IDM e delle aziende altoatesine Frener & Reifer e glassAdvisor per la parte italiana, l’Università di Innsbruck e le aziende Bartenbach e HELLA Sonnen- und Wetterschutztechnik per quella austriaca. FACEcamp (FACE = Façades Architecture Construction Engineering) vuole rafforzare la cooperazione transfrontaliera tra imprese e centri per la ricerca e innovazione nel settore dei sistemi di facciata avanzati per la realizzazione di edifici confortevoli ed energeticamente efficienti.

foto: EURAC

L’obiettivo di FACEcamp è anche di sostenere gli attori del settore nella valutazione delle prestazioni delle facciate. Dal 2013, nel laboratorio per l’involucro edilizio, i ricercatori di Eurac Research testano dal punto di vista termico ed energetico componenti e sistemi d’involucro come serramenti, pareti opache e sistemi di facciata avanzati. Tra tre anni, quando il centro sarà in attività, le imprese locali potranno rivolgersi a questo hub per avere un supporto nella ricerca e nello sviluppo di facciate complesse. Nel frattempo, gli esperti dei partner di progetto si focalizzeranno sullo sviluppo di metodi di calcolo e misura per valutare in modo affidabile le prestazioni dei sistemi di facciata, il loro contributo alla qualità degli ambienti dove viviamo e lavoriamo, e gli effetti di diversi tipi di illuminamento sul benessere degli utilizzatori degli edifici.

Interreg V-A Italia – Austria fa parte dei programmi di cooperazione territoriale europea per il periodo 2014-2020. Il programma promuove lo sviluppo equilibrato e sostenibile e l’integrazione armoniosa nell’area di confine tra Italia e Austria. Il programma è finanziato dal Fondo Europeo di Sviluppo Regionale (FESR) e da contributi pubblici nazionali per un totale di 98 milioni di euro. Con questi fondi, il programma promuove progetti di cooperazione italiana-austriaca nel campo della ricerca e innovazione, natura e la cultura, espansione delle competenze istituzionali e lo sviluppo regionale a livello locale.

immagine: glassAdvisor

FACEcamp | Kompetenzzentrum zur Unterstützung der Entwicklung moderner Fassadensysteme

Dieser Antrag zielt auf Stärkung und nachhaltige Stabilisierung transnationaler Kooperationen zwischen Firmen und Forschungseinrichtungen auf dem Gebiet moderner Fassadensysteme mit Fokus auf Energieeffizienz, Komfort und Gesundheit ab. Dabei sollen Stakeholder und Firmen bei der Bewältigung planerischer Anforderungen durch moderne Fassadensysteme unterstützt werden.

Das Kooperationsprogramm Interreg V-A Italien-Österreich ist Teil der Förderprogramme im Rahmen des Ziels Europäische territoriale Zusammenarbeit für die Periode 2014-2020. Es fördert die ausgewogene, nachhaltige Entwicklung sowie harmonische Integration im Grenzraum zwischen Italien und Österreich und wird durch den Europäischen Fonds für regionale Entwicklung (EFRE) und nationale öffentliche Beiträge in Höhe von insgesamt rund 98 Millionen Euro finanziert. Mit diesen Mitteln fördert das Programm italienisch-österreichische Kooperationsprojekte in den Bereichen Forschung und Innovation, Natur und Kultur, Ausbau institutioneller Kompetenz und Regionalentwicklung auf lokaler Ebene.

foto © IDM/A.Filz

FACEcamp | Competence center to facilitate the development of advanced facade systems

FACEcamp project aims at strengthening a long-term transnational cooperation among companies and R&I entities in the field of advanced façade systems for healthy, comfortable and energy efficient buildings. FACEcamp goal is to support stakeholders to cope effectively with the facade performances.

The Interreg V-A Italy-Austria programme is a cross border programme under the European Territorial Cooperation Goal for the programming period 2014-2020, aiming to support a balanced and sustainable development and a harmonious integration of the border region between Italy and Austria. The programme is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) as well as national public contributions for a total of 98 million euro. With these funds, the programme promotes Italian-Austrian cooperation projects in the fields of research and innovation, nature and culture, institutional capacity and community led local development.

Per maggiori informazioni | mehrere Informationen | for further information: carlo.battisti@idm-suedtirol.com

Come join us for LF17 :-)

Living Future unConference 2017
THE LEADING EVENT FOR REGENERATIVE DESIGN

Living Future unConference is an annual event that attracts disruptive design leaders. Join a cross-industry collaborative network that is creating a healthy built environment.


Celebrate Genius and Courage in all of its forms during the 11th Annual Living Future unConference, May 17-19 in Seattle, WA. Join us for unconventional sessions + dynamic speakers, including Van Jones, Naomi Klein, and Kirsti Luke.  Living Future brings hundreds of thought-leaders to the table to create a healthy and just future for all. #ChallengetheNorm and uncover your role to make this future a reality. Register here 🙂

Living Future unConference is the forum for leading minds in the green building movement to make strides toward a healthy future for all. This year, we will focus on the layers of Genius and Courage during unconventional sessions and dynamic speaking engagements with top-notch keynotes. We’ll open the unConference with Van Jones, a civil rights leader, former Obama White House advisor and CNN political correspondent. Celebrate 11 years of innovation and partake in the out-of-the-ordinary experience that is the essence of the unConference.

Unforgettable keynotes

Van Jones is a civil rights leader, former Obama White House advisor, and CNN political correspondent. He is the Founder and President of Dream Corps — an incubator, platform and home for world-changing initiatives that empower the most vulnerable in our society. The Dream Corps three programs,#cut50, #YesWeCode, and Green For All, work to close prison doors and open doors of opportunity. A Yale-educated attorney, Van has written two New York Times bestsellers: The Green Collar Economy, the definitive book on green jobs, and Rebuild the Dream, a roadmap for progressives.

Naomi Klein is an award-winning journalist, syndicated columnist and author of the international bestsellers, No Logo, The Shock Doctrine, and most recently This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs the Climate (2014) which is being translated into over 25 languages.  This Changes Everything, the documentary inspired by the book and narrated by Naomi premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. In 2017 she joined The Intercept as Senior Correspondent. Recent articles have also appeared in The Guardian, The Nation, The New York Times, the New Yorker, Le Monde, The London Review of Books.

Kirsti Luke is Chief Executive of Tūhoe Te Uru Taumatua, Ngāi Tūhoe’s Tribal Authority. She holds a Bachelor of Law (LLB), is extremely knowledgeable about the tribe’s treaty claims, and was involved in the establishment of Te Uru Taumatua. Her goal is to build the organization and the tribe’s economy and improve descendants’ quality of life. Her role includes recruiting management staff, building relationships with stakeholders and government agencies, developing policies to improve or coordinate options for housing, health and employment for Tūhoe and providing business recommendations to build up the tribe’s economy.

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The International Living Building Institute
The International Living Future Institute is an environmental NGO committed to catalyzing the transformation toward communities that are socially just, culturally rich and ecologically restorative. Composed of leading green building experts and thought-leaders, the Institute is premised on the belief that providing a compelling vision for the future is a fundamental requirement for reconciling humanity’s relationship with the natural world.
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Fokus auf die Fassade

Arbeitsgruppe Fassaden und Gebäudehüllen von IDM vernetzt Unternehmen des Sektors

Die Fassade eines Gebäudes verrät viel über die Umgebung, in die es hineingebaut wurde, und gewinnt auch vom energetischen Standpunkt her immer mehr an Bedeutung. Damit sich die Südtiroler Unternehmen des Sektors Gebäudefassaden austauschen und vernetzen und gemeinsam neue, innovative Ideen und Projekte erarbeiten können, ist die Arbeitsgruppe Fassaden und Gebäudehüllen von IDM Südtirol aktiv. Eine der wichtigsten Initiativen dieser Gruppe ist der Kurs FACE – Façades Architecture Construction Engineering, der in Zusammenarbeit mit EURAC Research organisiert wird und soeben gestartet ist.

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MUDEC Milano, Stahlbau Pichler (Bild: Oskar Da Riz)

Der Sektor Gebäudefassaden in Südtirol verfügt über großes Know-how. In diesem Bereich sind zahlreiche Unternehmen und Experten tätig, von Betrieben, die in Produktion und Installation tätig sind, über Planer und Bauherren bis zu Forschungszentren. Um innovative Ideen rund um hochtechnologische Fassaden entstehen zu lassen und weiterzuentwickeln, gibt es seit einigen Jahren die Arbeitsgruppe Fassaden und Gebäudehüllen, die nun von IDM geleitet wird.

“Diese Gruppe wurde gegründet, um das Know-how des Südtiroler Bausektors in diesem Bereich zu erhöhen. Unternehmen haben dabei die Möglichkeit, konkret an innovativen Projekten mitzuarbeiten. Dadurch bestimmen sie die strategische Entwicklung des Sektors mit und bauen die Kompetenz des Südtiroler Fassadensektors weiter aus“, sagt IDM-Direktor Hansjörg Prast. Mittlerweile ist die Arbeitsgruppe auch auf nationaler Ebene eine wichtige Anlaufstelle; es gehören ihr die wichtigsten Akteure des Sektors in Südtirol an: Generalunternehmer, spezialisierte Zulieferer, Planer, Auftraggeber, Forschungszentren und Labors sowie die Freie Universität Bozen.

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BMW Welt München, Frener & Reifer (Bild: Oskar Da Riz)

Das Thema Fassaden und Gebäudehüllen hat im Bauwesen große Bedeutung. Eine Fassade ist nicht nur die Visitenkarte für die Kreativität des Architekten, sondern auch essenzieller Bestandteil eines Gebäudes: Sie ist die Schnittstelle zwischen Außen und Innen, schützt vor Wetterunbilden und Lärm, trägt zu einer konstanten Temperatur im Gebäudeinneren bei, erleichtert den Energieaustausch und den Eintritt von Tageslicht. Deshalb setzte man in den letzten Jahren stark auf die Suche nach neuen Materialien und Technologien und nach immer ausgefeilteren architektonischen Lösungen. Das Ziel: Gebäude mit einer Energiebilanz, die nahezu null beträgt – und zwar dank der Arbeit an den Gebäudehüllen.

Damit das Know-how der Südtiroler Firmen weiter wächst und die neuesten Forschungsergebnisse auch in die heimischen Unternehmen Einzug halten, haben IDM und EURAC Research die zweite Ausgabe von FACE – Façades Architecture Construction Engineering organisiert. Der Kurs für Freiberufler und technisches Personal ist vor wenigen Tagen gestartet und soll „Spezialisten ausbilden, die alle Möglichkeiten des Fassadenbaus ausschöpfen können – von der Planungsphase bis zur konkreten Ausführung. Dabei sollen auch Aspekte der Wartung und Gebäudesanierung berücksichtigt werden“, unterstreicht Carlo Battisti, Verantwortlicher der Arbeitsgruppe Fassaden und Gebäudehüllen bei IDM.

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Am Kurs nehmen 15 Techniker mit entsprechender einschlägiger Arbeitserfahrung teil; die Referenten sind allesamt Experten in ihren Bereichen, darunter auch diverse Forscher der EURAC. Neben 120 Unterrichtsstunden sind auch eine Studienreise nach Mailand und die Ausführung eines eigenen Projekts vorgesehen. Die Projekte, die im Kurs entstanden sind, werden dann im Rahmen einer weiteren Initiative der Arbeitsgruppe Gebäudefassaden vorgestellt, nämlich in der nächsten Auflage von “Alles Fassade” am 10. März 2017 in Bozen, einem Event über innovative Lösungen bei Gebäudehüllen, das alle zwei Jahre stattfindet.