1 10:00 Opening: Andreas Hempel, International Academy of Architects; former President of the Association of German Architects A1 Forensic Engineering: Investigations B1 Biomimetics for Energy Efficient Building C1 Public Policies and Funding D1 Optimierung der Geb udeh lle mit 10:45 of Building Skin Failures 10:45 Envelopes 10:45 Chair: J rg R gemer, University of 10:45 nachhaltigen Fassaden Bellavista 2-3 Chair: Robert Bitterli, Ivy Group Arena Chair: Estelle Cruz, CEEBIOS - French network Bellavista 5 Utah, Salt Lake City, United States Sopra Chair: Andreas Hempel, International Consultants, United States of competences in biomimetics, France Grande Academy of Architects Understanding building skins through failures: Biomimicry: A source for advanced building skin Funding of home-ownership for low-income Nachhaltige Fassadensysteme f r Nullenergiegeb ude Trends in failure mechanisms and their costs design demographics the Field of Dreams EcoCommunity in Christoph Deimel, Deimel Oelschl ger Architekten, Germany Lee Dunham and David Bates, OAC Services, Inc.
2 , Thomas Button, Passero Associates, Rochester, USA Utah United States J rg R gemer, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, United Optimierung der Geb udeh lle eines B rogeb udes Environmental adaptation of buildings through States Stefan van Velsen, 3-Plan Haustechnik AG, Schweiz Hospital building skin investigation and repairs morphological differentiation Robert Bitterli, Ivy Group Consultants, United States Lidia Badarnah, University of the West of England, The Swiss model of innovation support and funding BIM-Methode zur Fassadenoptimierung im Kontext des Bristol, United Kingdom Andreas Eckmanns, Swiss Federal Office of Energy, sommerlichen W rmeschutzes Stucco/wood skin investigation and repairs Bern, Switzerland Johann Loux, Gruner Roschi AG, K niz, Schweiz Brett Newkirk, Alta Engineering, United States Passive kinetic solar shading device for a responsive building envelope Cantonal building codes - Bridging the gap between Abluftfassade f r sommerlichen W rmeschutz im Low-rise skin investigation and repairs - Case Study Natasha Chayaamor-Heil, ENSAPLV, Paris, France policy and science vollverglasten Hochhaus Rick Slider, Slider Engineering, United States Christian Glauser, Canton of Bern, Switzerland Michael Wengert, Pfeil & Koch, Stuttgart, Deutschland Social wasp nests as source of bioinspired design of Service life prediction models to predict building skin building skins Public research and technological innovation in Hanfsteine.
3 Monolithische Bauweise f r Langlebigkeit failures Anders Ohlsson, Ume University, Sweden building envelopes Werner Sch nthaler, Sch nthaler OHG, Eyrs, Italien Christopher White, National Institute of Standards Massimo Rossetti, Universit Iuav di Venezia, Italy and Technology, United States A taxonomy of biological envelopes to design Nichtmetallische w rmebr ckenfreie Befestigung f r Fassaden adaptive building skins Werner Venter, Sch ck Bauteile, Baden-Baden, Germany Estelle Cruz, CEEBIOS - French network of competences in biomimetics, France Kurzpr sentation: Gewerke bergreifende Fassadenvorfertigung im Holz-Systembau Michael Kamenik, Cree GmbH, Dornbirn, Austria Alexander Hilbe, Rhomberg Bau GmbH, Bregenz, Austria 12:30 Lunch_____. A2 Parametric Design and Digital B2 Eco-materials for the Building Skin C2 Models, Policies and Products for D2 Natural Ventilation and Thermal Behavior of 14:00 Fabrication 14:00 Chair: Mike Lawrence, University of 14:00 Building Retrofit 14:00 the Building Envelope Arena Chair: Rob Narracci, Pelli Clarke Pelli Bellavista 2-3 Bath, United Kingdom Bellavista 5 Chair: Roman Bolliger, econcept, Sopra Chair: Theodore Sawruk, University of Hartford, Architects, New Haven, United States Z rich, Switzerland Grande United States Parametric design of a sustainable office tower Traditional and modern surfaces for wooden facades Stakeholders' perceptions for participation in deep Historically sustainable.
4 Natural ventilation in Rob Narracci, Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, United Hansueli Schmid, Lignum, Z rich, Switzerland energy renovation connecticut houses of the 1800s States Georgios Pardalis, Linnaeus University, V xj , Sweden Theodore Sawruk, University of Hartford, United States Producing solar control devices from waste materials Loop, feedback, iterate: collaboration and Oriol Pons, UPC, Barcelona, Spain Roof-top extensions: Business models and tools for Reconstruction of the use of space of historical buildings modeling in advanced fa ade design decision-making from the thermal analysis of the building fa ade Kenn Clausen, 3XN architects, Copenhagen, Building envelope with low environmental impact St phane Herbin, CTICM, Saint Aubin, France Wolfgang Stumpf, Danube University Krems, Austria Denmark Mike Lawrence, University of Bath, United Kingdom Olivier Dupont, CTMNC, Paris, France Air flow and the evolution of a subtropical passive house Computational approaches to discrete Brief presentations Economic opportunities and challenges for building strategy continuities for supertall skyscrapers renovation with pre-fabricated elements Corey Saft, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, United Daniel Inocente, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
5 New Recycled industrial waste for sustainable fa ade panels Roman Bolliger, econcept, Z rich, Switzerland States York, United States Ra l Briones Llorente, Universidad de Burgos, Spain Evaluating market models for deep-energy Historically proven - Sustainably updated Uncanny enclosures: Parametric fa ade designs Properties of straw bale blocks for wall construction renovation using SWOT and PEST Analysis Jason Hegenauer, University of Hartford, United States Robert Perry, Gensler, San Francisco, United States Katrin Schollbach, Eindhoven University of Technology, Brijesh Mainali, Linnaeus University, V xj , Sweden Netherlands Brief presentation Optioneering - Designing the building envelope Modular fa ade system with integrated equipment Stefano Rossi, Maffeis Engineering, Switzerland Bio-based recyclable, reshapable, repairable fiber- technology for energetic retrofitting Wind-Catcher simulation analysis for natural ventilation reinforced composites for window profiles Verena Dannapfel, RWTH Aachen University, Germany in sustainable building design Scan and make.
6 How digital technologies can Arsenio Navarro, AIMPLAS, Paterna, Spain Arash Zarmehr, University of Central Florida, Orlando, accelerate and improve overcladding Brief presentation United States Christopher Jofeh, Arup, Cardiff, United Kingdom Prefabricated wooden modular elements for nZEB. Brief presentations renovation Peep Pihelo, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia Parametrics as a conduit for integrated fa ade design Yun Hsueh, Gensler, Shanghai, China A digital tool to support prefabricated fa ade design Jacopo Montali, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom 15:30 Coffee Break_____. A3 Additive Manufacturing and 3D Print of the B3 Green Walls and Roofs C3 Retrofitting the Building Envelope D3 Active Fa ades for Ventilation, Heating and 16:00 Building Skin 16:00 Chair: Rosemarie Stangl, University of 16:00 Chair: Tobias Henzler, University of 16:00 Cooling Arena Chair: Annie Shaw, Manchester School of Bellavista 2-3 Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Bellavista 5 Stuttgart, Germany Sopra Chair: Fabian Ochs, University of Innsbruck, Art, United Kingdom Vienna, Austria Grande Austria Re-fabrication of knitted textiles and its architectural Benefits of Green Walls Retrofitting the building envelope of SME industrial Heating with a PV Fa ade in a Passive House potential Gary Grant, Green Infrastructure Consultancy, London, buildings.
7 Risk analysis Georgios Dermentzis, University of Innsbruck, Austria Annie Shaw, Manchester School of Art, United United Kingdom Barbara Joseph, KU Leuven, Gent, Belgium Kingdom Active roofs and fa ades technologies Green roofs for cooling in different climates Transformative modernization: Lessons learned from Jakob Klint, Kuben Management, Copenhagen, Denmark Desert tectonics Pablo La Roche, Callison RTKL, Los Angeles, United a renovation of a 1929 university building Giulia Grassi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy States David Cook, Grimshaw, New York, United States Advanced daylighting systems and combined lighting and thermal simulation Parametric modeling, rapid prototyping and 3D Vertical greenings as intelligent building envelopes Energy-saving potential using adaptive building David Geisler-Moroder, Bartenbach GmbH, Austria printing of an interactive fa ade Bernhard Scharf, University of Natural Resources and envelopes for building refurbishment Abudaya Amal, Ministere de la Culture , Grenoble, Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria Tobias Henzler, University of Stuttgart.
8 Germany Solar thermal fa ade systems An interdisciplinary France approach Green fa ade and air quality - Measurements and Retrofitting the building envelope for enhanced Paul Denz, Priedemann Fa ade-Lab, Berlin, Germany 3D-printed active urban surfaces kinetic study seismic resistance and energy efficiency Christoph Maurer, Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Andrea Redi, AIR, Architecture Initiates Regeneration, Brouwers, Eindhoven University of Technology, Dionysios Bournas, Joint Research Centre, European Systems, Freiburg, Germany Graz, Austria Netherlands Commission, Ispra, Italy Heating with fa ade-integrated heat pumps Brief presentation Influence of green facades on building surface Retrofitting of corrugated asbestos roofing panels Fabian Ochs, University of Innsbruck, Austria temperature in South Italy with metal roofing systems Performance of building envelopes with 3D/4D Evelia Schettini, University of Bari, Italy Michael Clark, RCI, Inc.
9 , Macon, United States printed bio-reactive materials Olga Beatrice Carcassi, 120g, Pisa, Italy Infill green wall as a heat sink for indoor thermal Integrated smart envelope module for high-rise comfort residential building retrofit Yun-Shang Chiou, Taiwan University of Science and Brian Koh, Sun & Light Corp., Inc., Seoul, South Korea Technology, Taiwan Brief presentation Brief presentation Retrofitting skylights: A study of thermal transference Low-tech building with green walls through large rooftop penetrations Gilbert Sommer, University of Innsbruck, Austria Wahid Manawi, Amtech Solutions, Dallas, USA. 17:30 End of Conference Day 1_____. Conference Day 2 2nd October 2018. A4 The Impact of Climate Change on B4 Kinetic Architecture C4 Integrating Solar Technologies into the D4 Performance of the Building Envelope 8:30 Building Envelope Design 8:30 Chair: Ahu Aydogan, City College of 8:30 Building Envelope 8:30 Chair: Michael Pulaski, Thornton Tomasetti, Arena Chair: Matthew Fineout, Smart Bellavista 2-3 New York, United States Sopra Chair: Michael Garisson, University of Bellavista 5 Portland, United States Architecture, Pittsburgh, United States Grande Texas at Austin, United States Urban climate - Impact on energy consumption Dynamic architectural system to improve air quality Innovative construction technologies for the EXPO Re-positioning for Passivhaus.
10 High-rise office applications in and thermal comfort of buildings and reduce energy consumption 2017 in Astana, Kazakhstan urban areas Urs Grossenbacher, INES Energieplanung GmbH, Ahu Aydogan, Frank Melendez, City College of New Thomas Winterstetter, Werner Sobek, Stuttgart, Michael Pulaski, Thornton Tomasetti, Portland, United States Bern, Switzerland York, United States Germany Interdisciplinary energy studies conducted on multilayer Climate change and its influence on glazed An affective kinematic building fa ade system: Mood Best practices for the architectural design of BIPV fa ade systems curtain wall design Swing Dominique Deramaix, Bureau d'Architectes Format Aulikki Sonntag, Drees & Sommer Schweiz AG, Basel, Daniel Arztmann, Sch co International KG, Joseph Kider, University of Central Florida, United D2, Belgium Switzerland Bielefeld, Germany States Cost-effective, industrially produced PV fa ade Modeling of high-performance fa ades Energy efficient geometries and their inherent Impact of kinetic shading elements on noise levels in system for retrofitting residential high-rise Edmund Meyer, Stellenbosch University, South Africa complexities street canyons buildings Matthew Fineout, Smart Architecture, Pittsburgh, Monika Rychtarikova, KU Leuven, Gent, Belgium Andrea Schneider, Fraunhofer IEE, Kassel.