integrated design

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  THE AIDA PROJECT supports building professionals and local authorities all over Europe in designing nearly zero-energy buildings (nZEB). AIDA runs activities tailored to these target groups, such as study tours to innovative buildings, sessions to learn about best practices from operational success stories, presentations of innovative design software and active support for municipalities. For more information on the project, please click here to go to the AIDA website.
Post date: 16 Mag 2013
Type: Evento

Post date: 24 Apr 2013
Type: Evento

Nowadays the common approach in theory is to go for comprehensive and holistic renovation strategies following an “Integrated Design” approach that covers all relevant aspects. However, there are no other keywords that are used that much - but implemented rarely in practice! Why is that? “Integrated Design” is not a standard methodology. There is no general guideline that could be followed strictly. It is an attitude or mode of thinking to step back and look at the building from a holistic point of view.
Post date: 30 Ago 2012
Type: Publication

IDES-EDU structure of education One of the core outputs of the IDES-EDU project is the design of two full courses on Integral Sustainable Energy Design of the Built Environment. These courses will apply to students (Master level) and to professionals (Post-Graduate level) and will focus on a multi-disciplinary approach integrating elements of architectural, civil, environmental and mechanical engineering. The Master course will take four semesters while the Post-Graduate course will take two semesters.
Post date: 18 Ott 2011
Type: News