Webinar 30 de septiembre
4 pm Madrid | 9 am México | 8 am San José
Una nueva era ha comenzado para la construcción y pocos se han dado cuenta.
Los actuales niveles de emisiones globales de gases de efecto invernadero han llevado a las principales organizaciones a asumir un compromiso para su reducción dentro de unos plazos definidos y con una inversión de recursos sin precedentes en la historia del mundo desarrollado como lo conocemos.
Mientras la eficiencia energética está convirtiéndose ya de por sí en un estándar, un nuevo paradigma ha entrado en escena: los edificios “carbon neutral” o neutros en carbono.
El nuevo contexto requiere de un enfoque responsable, coherente, transparente.
Escucha a los expertos que intervienen en los diferentes niveles de este cambio, a nivel legislativo, de proyecto e industrial:
Organizadores del Webinar:
Applied Arts from Nature Residency
October 11th to November 6th, 2021
organised by Passa ao Futuro
The Applied Arts from Nature Residency is an initiative organized between Passa Ao Futuro and Loulé Criativo with the aim of exploring and preserving the intangible heritage and the Portuguese cultural heritage of local crafts(wo)men; re-thinking the historical past, facilitating collaboration and innovation between crafts(wo)men and national and international designers and architects in the creation of new contemporary utilitarian pieces; inspiring younger generations to continue this heritage specifically within the practices of regenerative design.
5 designers and 5 artisans will work with different traditional materials and techniques from the Algarve region – cork, hammered copper, palm, terracotta pottery and tiles.
The residency will take place in the Loulé Criativo space and in the artisans’ workshops, in the Algarve. At the end there will be an exhibition of the pieces in the Gama Lobo Palace in Loulé followed by one in Lisbon.
Algarve has a long history strongly linked to the resources of the territory. With a rich landscape diversity (cork forests, dry fruit farms, mountains, streams and wetlands) that is responsible for profound cultural manifestations and traditions. The use of raw natural materials – cork, palm, clay and copper – continues to have a strong presence in various crafts, however modernity rejects many of these ancient customs. We believe it’s important to celebrate this aspect of the Portuguese and Mediterranean culture.
We ask designers to re-imagine traditional techniques and the application of these materials to create sustainable and even regenerative products.
Innovative design will not only add value by connecting these products to the contemporary market, but will also increase the self-esteem of crafts(wo)men, valuing their knowledge, providing new opportunities and inspiring a new generation of artisans and designers.
The program includes a Regenerative Design Workshop on Living Building Challenge on 18-19 October, featuring Maria Catarina Santos, ILFI member in Lisbon.
More details here. Application form.
RESTORE Training School: Regenerative indoor spaces
11-15 October 2021
Valletta Campus, University of Malta
Organised by UM Faculty for Built Environment Department of Environmental Design and Living Future Europe
We spend 90% of our time indoors and although we design buildings, buildings ultimately shape us. This hybrid workshop (from 11 to 14 October) will investigate the relationship between the built environment and indoor environmental quality. Showing why it can be either supportive or harmful to “health,” a definition which is widely recognized as including physical, mental, and social well-being. As an example, work environments can mitigate indoor air pollutants or add to them; can encourage or discourage bouts of physical activity; and can promote interaction between co-workers, or can design interaction out of the picture. Air quality, levels of physical activity, and social bonds all contribute to physical and mental health, as well as overall feelings of happiness and satisfaction. Put simply, positive changes in the workplace the environment can yield improved health outcomes for employees.
Attendees will be introduced to the current state of art researches about indoor Environmental Quality and the business case for health and well-being as a result of a 4-year Horizon funded project RESTORE.
The workshop outcomes will be a set of proposals from the working groups gathered in teams with the aim of delivering scenarios of designing indoor environments that enhances health and well-being.
Also, during the one-day seminar held on the 15 October 2021, we will present the project proposals as well as conducing a gap analysis to understand where Malta stands in terms of indoor environmental Quality policies aiming at supporting decision-makers through the seminar proceedings.
The workshop is open to Master Students, MSc graduates and professionals Architect and Engineers up to 45 years old.
The Organisation team is monitoring the current pandemic situation. The training school is subjected to the rules as mandated by the Health Authorities
This will be officially communicated the 31 August 2021
Regeneratief ontwerpen en bouwen is de volgende stap voor de bouwsector. Daar is geen twijfel over mogelijk. De focus ligt op het herstel én de kwalitatieve verbetering van de natuur. Wij geven een stoomwebinar over de belangrijkste principes achter regeneratief ontwerpen en bouwen.
✅ 14u tot 14u45: Biomimicry: hoe de bouwsector leert van de natuur – Lydia Fraaije (FRAAi architecten)
Biomimicry is leren van de 3,8 miljard jaar research en development ervaring van de natuur en deze enorme database aan technische kennis inzetten om producten, processen en systemen te ontwikkelen die passen binnen een natuurlijk ecosysteem. Vaak ziet men door de hele duurzaamheidsdiscussie en alle mogelijke duurzame oplossingen ‘door de bomen het bos niet meer’. En wordt ten aanzien van duurzaamheid alleen gekeken naar het gebruik van materialen en het besparen van energie. Door de toepassing van biomimicry, het denken in ecosystemen, en de natuur als model, mentor en maatstaf te gebruiken worden afwegingen ten aanzien van duurzame beslissingen een helder verhaal. Een verhaal met ontelbare kansen en mogelijkheden. Tijdens de lezing krijgt je een introductie in biomimicry en wordt aan de hand van een aantal projecten inzichtelijk hoe biomimicry in de praktijk tot uiting komt.
✅ 14u45 tot 15u30: De Living Building Challenge 4.0 – Carlo Battisti (Living Future Europe)
De Living Building Challenge is dé meest ambitieuze performancestandaard in de bouwsector. Deze visionaire standaard van het International Living Future Institute zet realistische doelen om de positieve impact van een materiaal, gebouw of wijk te upscalen. Het certificatieprogramma stimuleert innovaties binnen de bouwwereld. Het overkoepelende kader vergroot de impact op het vlak van plaats, water, energie, gezondheid, materialen, rechtvaardigheid en schoonheid.
✅ 15u30 tot 16u: Regeneratief bouwen in België: UR.zone – Bruno Deraedt (UR.zone)
UR.zone is het allereerste regeneratieve bedrijvencentrum in België. Deze plek op Gentse bodem staat voor verbinding tussen de mens en de natuur. Het terrein bestaat uit een monumentale villa en een aangrenzend magazijn. De focus van UR.zone ligt op organisaties die een positieve impact hebben op de samenleving en het milieu. Momenteel levert UR.zone inspanningen om het Living Building Challenge-certificaat te halen.
DO YOU WANT TO BECOME A LEADER OF THE LIVING FUTURE REGENERATIVE DESIGN MOVEMENT?
The built environment sector (supply, design, construction, manage), despite decades (of reports, training, strategies, legislation) is simply not making real progress within the sustainability agenda. Business as Usual, only reducing impact, remains the dominant, degenerative discourse. A discourse that has allowed most players to hide behind a mask of doing as little as possible. There is a real and urgent need to now scale jump from the few regenerative (buildings, materials, places, organisations) to where regenerative solutions are the dominant mindsets, approaches and methodologies.
One of the areas where we at Living Future Europe deem a faster and more effective progress is needed is education and communication. On one hand we need to train new generations of practitioners to make living buildings real and solve the sticky bottlenecks (technical, industrial, financial, cultural) in order to scale up our impact. On the other hand, we need to communicate constantly in an invigorating way that regenerative buildings, products, companies, and communities are vital, technically feasible, ecologically robust, and economically viable.
To achieve these goals, we have established the ‘Living Future Europe Masterclass', an online educational program running between September and December 2021, where we want to address the 'why', the 'what' and the 'how' of living buildings, products, and communities.
The Masterclass will include synchronous and asynchronous activities, with a balanced mix of insights, practical examples, and tools. We will work according to an Agile Framework using Agile tools and practices.
Full positive attendance to the program will provide trainees the opportunity to take part at a hybrid event to be organised concurrent with the next COP26 (2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference), in Glasgow (1-12 November 2021).
The COP26 session will be a fully facilitated day (online/offline/hybrid TBD), with external provocations, invitations, and reflections, developing a LFE Masterclass unique and time stamped COP26 pathway to a regenerative future.
This initiative falls within our partnership with the New European Bauhaus. This will include a series of presentations by and for the trainees describing how the seven Petals of LBC are aligned with the NEB. Moreover, in a hands-on training approach, we will present case studies of LBC registered or certified buildings in Europe, that represent leading examples for the ambition of the NEB initiative.
Regenerative design, regenerative sustainability, regenerative thinking, agile management, Living Building Challenge, Living Product Challenge, Declare, Scale jumping, Place, Water, Energy, Health + Happiness, Materials, Equity, Beauty, biophilia, biophilic design, design for climate change, Zero Carbon, project management, EU + UK policies.
Self-directed, group work, workshops, in person / hybrid (Glasgow COP26 LFE Meet-up)
The LFE Masterclass is reserved to professionals based in Europe.
Approx. 20-30 people
Early bird (not later than 31 July 2021) [expired]
Regular (1-15 August 2021)
Please verify you have an ILFI valid membership. If not, please register using this form. When you register, please write LFEUROPE_21 under 'PARTNER CODE'. This will link your membership registration to us at LFE.
You will be required in the LFE Masterclass registration form (following link) to check if you are an ILFI member or not, and if you just registered, to upload your registration receipt. You will be asked also to upload the Masterclass registration fee receipt (see following payment options). Thanks for your collaboration.
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Refund in case of waiver
In case of cancellation for personal reasons of the participant, the following refunds are provided:
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The organization reserves the right to cancel the event for failure to reach a sufficient number of registered participants. In case of cancellation of the event, the organization will promptly inform the participant via email, who is entitled only to a refund of the paid fee.
architects, engineers, project managers, manufacturers, constructors, urban planners, developers, academics, educators, students, designers, sustainability practitioners, researchers, policy makers, public officers, community leaders
Living Future Europe
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Kitto is a box to do things ‘out of the box’.
It has been designed, developed, and tested on several training sessions during the first COVID-19 lockdown as a deliberate experiment to improve the way we share information, knowledge, and emotions when we are learning
Kitto is specifically built to support online learning experiences, engaging learners in a variety of sensory experiences: the materiality of its notebooks and games, the taste and smell provided by perfumes and tea bags, the sense of sight and curiosity enhanced by its carefully designed fonts, lines, spaces, and colours.
Kitto is a multi-sensorial journey to keep - using the words of Prof. Bruno Munari - the high sensory receptiveness needed to receive data from what is outside us and transform ourselves. And to get in touch with our innovative potential, to be able to have a real impact in our world, shifting to a higher state of awareness and transforming the human structures around us.
Date: 20 Sep - 15 Dec 2021Location: on-line (and in Glasgow)
Regenerative Marketer: Lizzy Campbell firstname.lastname@example.org
Graphics: Giulia Battisti email@example.com
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The organization reserves the right to replace a trainer with another one of similar competence and experience in case of need due to organizational issues, however keeping the same topics and and the level of the Masterclass.
Sustainability expert with 15 years of experience in academia and industry. She has extensive knowledge in the field of building certification and shaped many projects for better thermal and visual comfort. Her dedication leads her to work, research and educate on human health, wellness, light, and the built environment. She has a passion for sustainability and is eager to improve the life of others and create outstanding added value. Living Future Accredited professional (LFA).
Environmental engineer graduated from the University of Trento with a specialization in design in international cooperation contexts and competences on hydraulics, waste management. Since 2017 he has been dealing with sustainability for Manni Group, with a focus on energy and carbon management, greenhouse gases (GHGs) emissions inventory drafting, according to UNI EN ISO 14064-1, development of carbon management and reduction corporate policies, LCA studies, EPDs publishing, and Declare labels.
Biophilic Design Consultant who has gained experience in academic research and didactic activities on the issues of Biophilia and Biophilic Design. She supports companies and professionals in making architecture and interiors more suitable for the physical and psychological wellbeing of their users, integrating Biophilic Design and Sustainability. Born in Germany, she worked for more than 15 years in the luxury design sector as a strategic design and brand manager in Milan.
Sustainability Provocateur & Consultant. Author of ‘FutuREstorative’ (RIBA), co-editor of ‘Sustainability, restorative to regenerative’ and ‘RESTORD 2030’ (#CostRestore). VP at Living Future Europe, founder of Zoom Regenerative, a global conscious collective that reciprocates and invigorates, nurtures, and heals, cross-pollinating regenerative practices for a healthy thriving future. He consulted Cuerden Valley Park Visitor Centre and café, 1st LBC UK registered project. Living Future Hero.
Architect, educator, writer, curator. He operates between the blurring boundaries of architecture, urbanism, art, and politics. His theory-driven, research-oriented, and practice-related approach focuses on meaningful co-creative strategies, socio-cultural action, and digitalisation. Lecturer at the Technical University of Vienna (2011-19) and Visiting professor at the German University Cairo/Campus Berlin (2019-20). Currently project lead in Eco-Social Design at the Free University of Bolzano.
He is a project manager at Arp-Astrance, in the Sustainable Innovation Management division, and works particularly on topics related to low carbon, materials and resilience of buildings to climate change, at the scale of buildings, but also at the scale of neighborhoods and companies. On a day-to-day basis, he assists project owners in their construction and renovation projects on all environmental aspects, and companies on the elaboration of their decarbonisation strategy.
Partner at BAST architects & engineers and chairman at VIBE vzw. A well-known voice in Flanders on environmental responsibility and healthy buildings. As an engineering architect, he gained a reputation in the field of sustainable construction, technical installations, and energy calculations. An altruist who always makes the connection between ecology and the housing social dimensions. Owner at UR.gent, 1st LBC registered project in Belgium and 1st LBC historical building renovation in Europe.
Senior Sustainability Consultant at Mott MacDonald and Living Future Accredited professional. She has built up her experience in providing sustainability guidance and promoting green building performances. Her work includes strategy planning, benchmarking, health & wellbeing, net zero carbon, and international projects. A healthy materials specialist, she advises on procurement strategies, conducts supply chain outreach, and works on the expansion of a materials health design database.
A financial expert with more than fifteen years of experience working in diverse industries with an extensive knowledge of contracts, royalties, and real estate. In 2021, she earned her MBA with a specialization in Entrepreneurship and International Business. As a Living Future Accredited (LFA) professional and with a passion for sustainability and green buildings, she founded Lune Realty, a company focused on luxury residential zero-carbon buildings.
After many years of experience as Product & Marketing Manager in companies operating on the international markets, she attended a Master in Humanistic Coaching with a specialization in Life, Corporate & Sport, a Master in Experiential Training, and a Masterclass on Learning Design with Kaos Pilot. Since 2012 she has been working as a facilitator and trainer in the field of behaviour and personal development. Member of AICP, in 2020 she also obtained the Agile Scrum Master Certification.
An interior designer committed to creating sustainable indoor environments that prioritize occupant health and well-being. The subject of her master’s thesis was on material health in early childhood environments, and it is her personal mission to eliminate chemicals of concern from building products. Born and raised in New York in a family of Polish origin, she has been living and working in France for 4 years. Project Manager at ARP-ASTRANCE. Living Future Accredited professional (LFA).
Associate Professor at the University of Parma. He practices, teaches, researches, and publishes in the field of architectural technology and production process that lead to Regenerative Environmental Design, and Design for Climate Change, at different scales. Affiliated Professor at the Royal Danish Academy Copenhagen, School of Architecture (KADK), where he was an associate professor for 10 years and still teaches in the program of Architecture and Extreme Environments and CITA masters.
Founder of Green Living Projects in 2009. He has worked with on a large variety of commercial and residential building projects. As a Living Future Accredited professional, his vocation has evolved towards becoming a Regenerative Practitioner, bringing his experience and knowledge of living systems thinking to the field of real estate development. Owner at Cal Guerxo, 1st LBC registered project in Spain as well as consultant on the first CORE registered projects in Spain. Living Future Hero.
He has been working in the construction sector since 2007, focusing on the last five years on the whole life cycle of materials. From the project discovery phase until construction and building use, he works with owners, designers, manufacturers, contractors, tenants to develop and implement a Material Plan that addresses, economic, technical, aesthetics aspects, but also environmental, social and health impacts of building materials, key indicators not usually considered in strategic decisions.
She has a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering and is an experienced Six Sigma green belt holder, with a passion for quality, sustainability, and environment. Almost 30 years of experience in Quality & Environmental Management in a large variety of industries. Since 2017 she has been working with ASPECTA B.V. as Sustainability & Quality Assurance Manager. She is responsible and central point of contact for the sustainability coordination of their factories globally, product qualification & quality.
This open access book is based on work from the COST Action “RESTORE – REthinking Sustainability TOwards a Regenerative Economy”, and highlights how sustainability in buildings, facilities and urban governance is crucial for a future that is socially just, ecologically restorative, and economically viable, for Europe and the whole planet.
In light of the search for fair solutions to the climate crisis, the authors outline the urgency for the built environment sector to implement adaptation and mitigation strategies, as well as a just transition. As shown in the chapters, this can be done by applying a broader framework that enriches places, people, ecology, culture, and climate, at the core of the design task – with a particular emphasis on the benefits towards health and resilient business practices.
This book is one step on the way to a paradigm shift towards restorative sustainability for new and existing buildings. The authors want to promote forward thinking and multidisciplinary knowledge, leading to solutions that celebrate the richness of design creativity. In this vision, cities of the future will enhance users’ experience, health, and well-being inside and outside of buildings, while reconciling anthropic ecosystems and nature.
A valuable resource for scientists and students in environmental sciences and architecture, as well as policy makers, practitioners, and investors in urban and regional development.
Participation is free of charge, upon registration, but places are limited.
Organised by the Department of Planning, Design, and Technology of Architecture, Sapienza University of Rome in collaboration with Living Future Europe.
Una nuova era è cominciata per l’ambiente costruito, e pochi se ne sono resi conto.
L’attuale livello globale di emissioni di gas serra hanno spinto le maggiori organizzazioni all’assunzione di un impegno per la loro riduzione entro scadenze definite e con un investimento di risorse che non ha precedenti nella storia del mondo sviluppato come lo conosciamo.
Mentre la sola efficienza energetica sta ormai diventando uno standard, un nuovo paradigma ha rapidamente catturato la scena: gli edifici “carbon neutral”.
Il nuovo contesto richiede un approccio responsabile, coerente, trasparente.
Ascolta gli esperti che operano su diversi livelli questo cambiamento a livello legislativo, di progettazione e industriale:
Questo evento è approvato per 1 credito generale LFA (Living Future Accredited professional).
Per informazioni sul programma di accreditamento contatta pure Living Future Europe.
Venez découvrir les stratégies et solutions mises en place en vue de la certification Zero Carbon d’un bâtiment.
À propos de cet évènement
Ce webinar sera l’occasion de vous présenter en détail les objectifs définis par la certification Zero Carbon qui a vocation à se déployer mondialement et qui permet de répondre aux objectifs de visibilité d’actions de réduction de l’empreinte carbone d’une construction neuve et de participation à l’effort mondial de neutralité carbone.
Via l’étude de cas qui sera présentée, vous profiterez d’un véritable retour d’expériences concernant les stratégies et moyens mis en œuvre parmi lesquels : choix de matériaux et modes constructifs bas carbone, recours à l’énergie solaire et à la géothermie sur site, contractualisation avec un fournisseur d’électricité verte et compensation carbone.
Au cours de ce webinar, vous découvrirez :
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Nous aurons le plaisir de recevoir pour ce webinar :
Ceipiemonte propone il ciclo di webinar sulla “SOSTENIBILITÀ IN AMBITO EDILIZIO/ARREDO”, dedicato alle aziende piemontesi interessate ai temi della sostenibilità ambientale / di processo e prodotto e azioni di CSR. Tali tematiche verranno affrontate con particolare riferimento alle certificazioni internazionali e a quanto queste stiano diventando fondamentale strumento di competitività imprenditoriale e leva di marketing nei confronti dei clienti internazionali.
Poiché finanziata nell’ambito del POR-FESR Piemonte 2014-2020, l’iniziativa è rivolta esclusivamente alle aziende piemontesi, in particolare alle imprese operanti lungo tutta la filiera dell’edilizia:
– Studi di progettazione/ingegneria/architettura/design
– Società di costruzioni e impiantistica
– Gestione, monitoraggio ed efficienza degli edifici
– Materiali green per l’edilizia
– Finiture per interni ed esterni
– Arredi per interni ed esterni
– Illuminazione per interni ed esterni
– Rubinetteria e accessori
– Altri complementi d’arredo
UNTITLED’s purpose is to collectively reimagine the society, set the agenda for the most important experiments and execute them together. There are nine examples of experiments in process among Untitled members, read about them here. Some of them are on an idea phase, others in motion looking for allies and funders.
Experiment Workshop 11 June: How can we increase urban biodiversity through (affordable) housing ?
Y-Foundation & UNTITLED are inviting you to a workshop to push for a next step in social housing and regenerative urban development.
Our President Carlo Battisti will be speaking on ILFI’s Affordable Housing Framework. Everyone, regardless of economic status, should have access to housing that is healthy, safe, and affordable. Living Buildings can be accessible to all. We are working with affordable housing developers that are using the Living Building Challenge as a framework to build homes that have no energy bills, are free from toxic materials, and are truly sustainable for future generations.
RESTORE READY Conference in Malmö [16.04.2021]
• Introduction to the International Living Future Institute´s programmes | Jonas Gremmelspacher (Solenco, Malmö – Sweden)
RESTORE READY Conference in Warsaw [16.03.2021]
• Living Building Challenge. Introduction and perspectives in Poland | Katarzyna Wojda (LF Ambassador)
RESTORE READY Conference in Athens [12.03.2021]
• Crosswalk PHI vs Zero Energy | Aggeliki Stathopoulou (Director of Net Zero, Certified Passive House Designer, LF Ambassador)
RESTORE READY Conference in Athens [12.03.2021]
• Introdution to Living Building Challenge and Declare | Alex Galatoulas (LF Collaborative Greece Facilitator – XYZ Design/Build Director, LFA)
L’Ing. Carlo Battisti, Presidente di Living Future Europe, ci ha accompagnati alla scoperta della biofilia come elemento di valore per la salute dell’uomo e per la sostenibilità ambientale. Spesso confuso con il “verde in casa”, il senso della biofilia è già una variabile progettuale fondamentale per l’affermazione di un nuovo livello di benessere abitativo, più naturale, sostenibile e misurabile. Sì perché anche il grado di biofilia in un edificio non è più un concetto astratto o un’opinione personale, ma è oggetto di progettazione, verifica e certificazione. Quali sono i requisiti di un edificio progettato secondo principi biofilici? Ne abbiamo parlato con il nostro ospite.
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