Lehrende und MitarbeiterInnen

Sommer, Bernhard Univ.-Ass. Dipl.-Ing.

Titel
SolSeduction - A Phyto-Solar Dance-Floor
Typ
Tagungsbericht
Schlagwörter
Bauphysik, Architektur
Texte
Beschreibung
As climate and society change, customizing buildings towards specific usage patterns and local weather conditions that might be obsolete within a few years, does not seem to be the smartest approach to building design. Facing the end of readily available highly efficient energy sources, such as oil and gas, we want to re-think the architectural environment towards a symbiotic habitat. The role of energy thus is not seen as a question of supply, but as one parameter among others that shapes the environment. A habitat relies on the physical, chemical and social interaction of different elements and organisms.The authors together with their students pursued a design research re-thinking the architectural environment towards a symbiotic habitat.Full-scale spatial prototypes as elements of such a habitat have been developed focussing on the interfaces between climate, people and other organisms, such as plankton, algae and flowers.
Autor*innen
Bernhard Sommer, Galo Moncayo, Malgorzata Sommer-Nawara, Ulrich Pont
Herausgeber*innenschaft
Bob Martens et al.
Verlage
eCAADe and Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning, TU Wien
Datum
2015
Ort
Wien (Österreich)
URL
erschienen in
Titel
eCAADe 2015 "Real Time - Extending the Reach of Computation"
Band
2
Seiten
697