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Konferencia: udržateľnosť v architektúre a vo výstavbe 2020 Slovakian Sustainable Buildings - Living Future Europe

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This unique international conference will bring you not only inspiration from renowned speakers, but above all concrete ideas for your own practice. It will focus on the specifics of the construction design and management process, which should result in a sustainable architecture. Current trends, examples of successful projects, space for your questions. Write down the date September 29 - a key day for Slovak architecture and construction!

 

Considering the Covid-19 containment measures, please check the latest status of the event at the organisers’ webpage.

 

Living Future Europe

 

The building and construction industries determine, by and large, how residents interpret their surroundings and built environment. As such, it is vital to re-engineer our cities and towns to correspond more directly to the natural landscapes they inhabit. By reconfiguring how we think of such spaces, architects, engineers, planners, and contractors can create buildings that generate their own energy and wean buildings off the fossil fuel economy.

 

Join European President Carlo Battisti at the Slovakian GBC’s signature event to talk about Living Buildings!

 

The Living Building Challenge is the world’s most rigorous standard for green buildings. Living Buildings strive for net-zero or net-positive energy, are free of toxic chemicals, and lower their energy footprint many times below the generic commercial structure.

 

LBC 4.0 focuses on the relationship between impact and effort. While LBC 4.0 continues the standard’s mission of visionary, but attainable building goals, it also recognizes that not all projects face the same challenges or share in the same opportunities. Regenerative design should be attainable to everyone, everywhere. With 4.0, ILFI created a streamlined approach focused on maximizing positive impacts specific to the place, community, and culture of the project.

Organiser:
Slovenská rada pre zelené budovy (Slovak Green Building Council)
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English

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