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NEXTPLACE KONFERENZ

"Netzwerke der digitalen Region" am 7.2.2018

Detmolder Bauphysiktag 2018

DETMOLDER BAUPHYSIKTAG

"Bauphysik in der beruflichen Praxis" am 15.2.2018

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facade2017

The conference took place on Nov. 24th, 2017 in Detmold as part of the first edition of the Detmold Conference week. We look back on an exciting day and would like to thank all the speakers and participants. Below we collected a few impressions of the day:

Fassadenforscher fordert neues Denken bei Problemlösungen

Starkregen, Stürme, Überflutungen: Der Klimawandel und die Globalisierung haben vermehrt Auswirkungen auf die Art, wie wir bauen. Das betrifft umso mehr die Fassade. Aus diesem Grund widmete sich die „facade2017“ in diesem Jahr mit dem Thema „Resilience“ der Widerstandsfähigkeit von Gebäuden. Die Fachkonferenz mit internationalen Referentinnen und Referenten fand am Freitag, 24.11.2017 an der Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe in Detmold statt.

„Resilience“ beschreibt die Funktion und Fähigkeit von Gebäuden und ihren Fassaden, sich an die Veränderungen unterschiedlichster Art anzupassen oder auf diese zu reagieren. Bei der Konferenz zeigten Expertinnen und Experten aus Korea, Indien, den USA, Frankreich, Niederlande, Schweiz und der Türkei Beispiele resilienter Gestaltung und Konstruktionen von Gebäuden und Fassaden. Die Vorträge standen unter den vier Kapiteln: Globale Herausforderungen, Sanierung von existierenden Gebäuden, responsive Fassaden und Architekturkonzepte der Zukunft.

Herausfordernde Strukturen und Fassaden stellte der Architekt Daniel Meyer (Zürich) anhand des ITA-Gebäudes (Institute of Technology in Architecture) der ETH Zürich vor. Herausragend ist hier die digital produzierte, wellenförmige Dachkonstruktion. Auch das Museum „La Maison des Fondateurs“ (Fertigstellung 2018) mit seiner Spiralform und seinen stabilen Glaswänden stellt ganz neue Ansprüche an das Bauen, gerade in einer schneereichen Umgebung wie der Schweiz. https://www.luechingermeyer.ch/project/museum-audemars-piguet-apc-le-brassus/

Ganz andere Herausforderungen müssen sich Gebäude im indischen Monsun-Regen stellen, wie Daniel Arztmann von der Schüco International KG (Bielefeld) herausstellte. Neben Starkregen müssten die Fassaden hier mit Stürmen und hohen Temperaturen zurechtkommen. Neue Ansätze seien gefragt: Eine Detmolder Master-Studentin entwickelte ein Monsoon-Fenster, das auch bei starkem Regen ein Lüften zulässt. Resiliente Fassaden sollten zudem so konstruiert werden, dass nach einem Hurrikan einzelne beschädigte Teile leicht ausgetauscht werden können, ohne die komplette Fassade erneuern zu müssen.

Mit trockener Hitze hingegen muss die Fassade des Mashrabiya (Gensler) in Kuwait City auskommen. Das Hotel- und Bürogebäude mit seinen arabisch anmutenden Verschattungselementen wurde von Taeyoung Kim (Süd-Korea) vorgestellt, die lange für das Architekturbüro Gensler gearbeitet hat. https://www.gensler.com/projects/four-seasons-hotel-burj-alshaya-centre

Mit der Sanierung von Gebäuden der 20-er und 50-er Jahre stellte der Niederländer Wessel de Jonge einen ganz anderen Ansatz vor. Problem beim Zonnestraal-Sanatoriums aus dem Jahr 1931 war: Diese Art von Gebäuden war laut de Jonge nicht dazu gemacht, länger als 30 Jahre zu existieren. Ohne die öffentliche Hand wären solche Sanierungen unmöglich, da sie zu teuer wären. http://www.wesseldejonge.nl/zonnestraal1.php

Wann widersteht ein Gebäude einem Erdbeben und warum? Bei welchem Design ergeben sich möglichst geringe Schäden an der Fassade wie am ganzen Gebäude? Dies erforscht Oguz C. Celik (ITU Istanbul), der einen Einblick in seine Arbeit gab. Mikkel Kragh (Odense, Dänemark) zeigte Trends resilienter Bauweisen auf. Sanjay Seth vom TERI (The Energy Research Institute, Neu Delhi) stellte „Climate Responsive Facades and Sustainable Building Materials“ in Indien vor. Wichtig sei bei Neubauten von Hochhäusern auch die richtige Ausrichtung zur Sonne sowie das Beachten der gegenseitigen Beschattung von Gebäuden der näheren Umgebung. Durch die Ermöglichung von Tageslicht auch in den niedrigeren Etagen sei eine massive Energieeinsparung möglich, so Seth. http://www.teriin.org/

Für ein neues Denken bei Problemlösungen warb Robert-Jan van Santen (Lille). Der vorwiegend in Hongkong tätige Architekt stellte unter anderem ein Fenster ohne Rahmen und Griff vor. Dies ermögliche ein gefahrloses Lüften in Hochhäusern, die vorwiegend in den schnell wachsenden Städten Asiens entstehen. Mittels zweier kreisrunder Löcher in der Schreibe, die mit eigens entwickelten „Deckeln“ geschlossen werden, strömt frische Luft ein. Diese Deckel könnten vom Bewohner individuell gestaltet werden, so van Santen. Überhaupt sei die „Hälfte von Fassadengestaltung gleichermaßen Innenarchitektur“.  http://www.vs-a.eu/en/

Spencer Culhane (Schüco USA), Student des internationalen Fassadenmasters an der Detmolder Schule für Architektur und Innenarchitektur, stellte abschließend die speziellen akustischen wie architektonischen Anforderungen an Glass-Fassaden für Konzerthallen und Musikaufführungen vor.

„Die Konferenz hat sehr unterschiedliche Ebenen des Themas ‚Resilience’ abgedeckt:  globale und städtebauliche, lokale und kulturelle wie auch technisch-ökonomische Aspekte. Es war zudem gut zu sehen, wie sich Studierende und Referenten intensiv miteinander ausgetauscht haben.“, sagte Prof. Dr. Uta Pottgiesser (Universität Antwerpen), die die Fachtagung moderierte.

Weitere Termine:  

Façade Tectonics 2018 World Congress: 12./13. März 2018, Los Angeles

ICAE 2018: VIII. International Congress on Architectural Envelopes (Calls for Papers: 1. 12.2017):  20.-22. Juni 2018, San Sebastian

Facade 2018: 26./27.11.2018, Hochschule Luzern

Master of Integrated Design (MID), Vertiefungen “Facade Design” und “Computational Design”: http://www.m-i-a-d.de/mid-master-of-integrated-design/

 

 

 

"RESILIENCE"

 

facade2017‘ focuses on the topic of ‘Resilience’

Resilience’ describes the function and ability of buildings and their facades to recover from or adjust easily to change. ‘Resilience’ addresses the impacts of climate change and globalisation and of safety and security requirements on the building envelope. The first edition of the Detmold Conference Week 2017 connects education and research, scholars and professionals in different events and formats: a master workshop and two conferences will discuss the approaches of resilient design and construction for buildings and facades. The RMB Conference on Thursday 23th November 2017 is organised by the consortium of the Erasmus+ project ‘RMB: Re-use of Modernist Buildings. Design Tools for Sustainable Transformations’. At this year’s conference ‚facade2017’ on Friday, 24th November 2017 international speakers discuss the relevance of resilient concepts and constructions and their impact on design, fabrication and life cycle of facades. 

 

More information about efn and RMB: http://facades.ning.com/ and http://www.rmb-eu.com/

 

 

Program

8.30  Registration 

9.00 Welcoming

Prof. Ulrike Kerber (VP Communication)

Prof. Kathrin Volk (Vice Dean Dept. 1)

Moderation: Prof. Dr. Uta Pottgiesser, University of Antwerp

 

Session #1 Global Challenges

9.15 Daniel Meyer // Challenging structures and facades

Lüchinger + Meyer Bauingenieure AG; Zürich, Switzerland

Daniel Meyer is a graduate of the Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETHZ), Switzerland. Since 1988, he worked as a consulting engineer with Wenaeser&Wolfens-berger Ltd, Zurich and Bollinger&Grohmann Ltd, in Frankfurt. In 1995 together Daniel and Dr. P. Lüchinger founded the consulting company Dr. Lüchinger+Meyer Ltd. Today he is a member of the executive and the management board. He released a number of projects of housing, industry and bridge construction works in Switzerland as well as on European level.

His work in a team with architects is focussed on the conception of structures, succeeding in numerous national and international design competitions. Special references concern the development of innovative structures such as glass structures. In addition to the professional work as structural engineer, a special engagement is devoted to the formation of students. From 2003 to 2010, he was the head of the competence centre for glass and lightweight construction at the University Of Applied Sciences Of Lucerne. Since 2011, he is responsible for the architectural master course at the University Of Applied Sciences Of Zürich in the field of structures and façades. 

Today Daniel Meyer is a member of the Swiss association of architects and engineers (SIA) and since 2009 an insider and vice president of the board of directors.

10.00 Daniel Arztmann // Climate Change, Globalization and Digitalization and their Impacts on Prospective Façade Design

Schüco International/ HS OWL, Bielefeld/Detmold, Germany

Daniel Arztmann studied Architecture at the Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften und Künste in Holzminden (HAWK) focussing on metal construction and facades. He obtained his M.Eng. in Facade Design and Construction from OWL, University of Applied Sciences in Detmold and became Head of Research and Development for Emerging Markets at Schüco International KG until 2011. He continued to specialize in building physics and construction for international projects in the global engineering department.
Since 2010 he is teaching in the façade master program in Detmold and since 2016 in the new MIAD program. His focus here is in detailing and construction.

He has longtime practical experience in façade consultancy for international architects and cladding companies but also an affinity to scientific methods of theoretical building physics.

10.30 Taeyoung Kim // Contextual Resilience - Case Study of Burj Alshaya Centre

Korea National University of Arts; Seoul, South Korea

Taeyoung Kim is an Assistant Professor, in the Department of Architecture, at School of Visual Arts

Korea National University of Arts (K’ARTS), Seoul, Korea , Taeyoung Kim studied architecture at Seoul National University (BSC, MSC),and worked as an architect for KIOHUN for 6 years (1996-2002) before joining the Design PhD program of the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL in 2002. She worked in Gensler as a Senior Associate (2004-2013), leading numerous architectural and masterplan projects in Europe, the Middle East and South Asia  while running Atelier 7 as a co-tutor in Greenwich University (2008-2011) and participating with academic juries and critics in London and Paris.

Taeyoung is currently an Assistant Professor at the K’ARTS in 2014, coordinating the advanced design studios of the RIBA-validated architectural program and running one of the studios with a focus on social architecture and urban informality. She is a co-founder of Urban Topology, a design and research practice where she continues her interest in the design of cooperative housing and art/cultural projects for private and public clients.

 

 

11.00 Coffee break

 

 

Session #2 Existing Buildings / RMB-Session

11.30 Wessel de Jonge // From Office to Housing. The GAK-Building became 'de studio'.

wessel de jonge architecten bna bv; Rotterdam, Netherlands

Wessel de Jonge (1957) graduated in architecture from TU Delft, the Netherlands. As a partner in Wessel de Jonge Architects in Rotterdam, his portfolio includes the restorations of the Netherlands Pavilion at the Venice Biennale by Gerrit Rietveld of 1953 and of the former Sanatorium ‘Zonnestraal’ in Hilversum by Duiker & Bijvoet of 1926-31, as well as the rehabilitation of the Van Nelle Factory in Rotterdam by Brinkman & Van der Vlugt of 1926-30. Recent projects include the restoration and adaptive reuse of Aldo van Eyck’s 1960 Orphanage in Amsterdam. He is also a partner in the design team for the ongoing revitalisation of the 1938 Olympic Stadium in Helsinki.

In 1990 Wessel de Jonge was the Founding Secretary of DOCOMOMO International, and in 1994 he started the DOCOMOMO International Specialist Committee on Technology. He has published extensively and lectured internationally on various aspects of Modern Movement heritage. Since 2015 he is full professor in Heritage & Design at the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment at TU Delft. Wessel de Jonge will speak about the re-use of the GAK-Office Building (Gemeenschappelijk Administratie Kantoor) built in 1959 from the architect Ben Merkelbach in Amsterdam. The building has been modified into housing providing small starter-appartements ('de studio').

12.15 Oguz C. Celik // Holistic Seismic Behavior and Design of Buildings

Istanbul Technical University; Istanbul, Turkey

Oguz C. Celik’s research interests lie mainly in various topics of structural and earthquake engineering. His current research has focused on analysis, design, and development of seismic energy dissipation members that could be used in new and seismically vulnerable structures. He has both research and application experience on seismic assessment and retrofit of existing buildings and bridges. Following the past devastating earthquakes in Turkey, he was in charge of design and retrofit of numerous damaged private and government buildings. Professor Celik’s projects are funded by research institutions as well as by the construction industry. He made reconnaissance visits to earthquake stricken areas in Turkey and Italy. He teaches courses on statics, strength of materials, structural analysis, reinforced concrete structures, steel structures, and earthquake resistant building design. He has authored/co-authored 160+ journal papers, books, conference papers, and seminars. Oguz C. Celik delivered invited talks in USA, Japan, South Korea, China, and Turkey. Recently, he co-chaired ICBEST Istanbul and co-authored the conference proceedings titled “Interdisciplinary Perspectives for Future Building Envelopes”. He is the member of many national and international professional institutions. In addition, he is in the editorial board of Journal of Steel Structures (Springer), guest edited two special issues in other journals, and is an active reviewer of many international journals.

12.45 Lunch break

 

 

Session #3 International Trends / Responsive Facades

13.45 Mikkel K. Kragh // International Trends

Head of SDU Civil and Architectural Engineering. Department of Technology and Innovation (ITI), University of Southern Denmark (SDU). 

Mikkel K. Kragh is Professor and Head of SDU Civil & Architectural Engineering at the University of Southern Denmark, where he is currently strengthening the research group and broadening the scope with a strong focus on resilience and digitalization. Before joining the SDU, he worked internationally as a specialist, running a number of projects in the field between architectural design and product development. Mikkel is a frequent speaker at international workshops and conferences, where he discusses aspects of high performance and the value of design.

Mikkel has worked internationally as a façade specialist on numerous prestigious construction projects with Dow Corning, Arup consulting engineers, and the Permasteelisa Group. In parallel with design work, he has led a number of collaborative R&D projects, consistently pushing the boundaries in the field of high performance facades. Having held various positions spanning research, specialist contracting, specialist consulting, supplier, and having chaired the Society of Façade Engineering, he has unique insight into high performance building solutions as well as the role of specialist design input in the Construction Industry. 

In 2014, Mikkel was awarded the CIBSE Silver Medal for outstanding service to the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers. In 2017, Mikkel became a member of the ATV – the Danish Academy of the Technical Sciences - an independent, member-driven think tank. ATV's vision is that Denmark shall be one of five leading Science and Engineering regions in the world – to the benefit of future generations.

14.30 Sanjay Seth // Climate Responsive Facades and Sustainable Building Materials

The Energy Research Institute (TERI); Delhi, India

Sanjay Seth is Senior Director & Senior Fellow of the Sustainable Habitat Division with The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI). He is also the Chief Executive Officer of GRIHA Council which administers the Green Rating for Integrated Habitat Assessment. Prior to joining TERI, he worked with the Bureau of Energy Efficiency, Ministry of Power, Government of India and headed the vertical on Building Energy Efficiency.

He was also the interim Secretary of the Bureau of Energy Efficiency and responsible for the administration and financial management of the organization. In this capacity, he provided oversight to the implementation of policies and programmes of BEE as well as the National Mission on Enhanced Energy Efficiency (NMEEE), and all international bilateral/multilateral cooperation programmes. He also represented BEE on the Board of Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) as Director. He joined BEE in 2007, with the introduction of the “Energy Conservation Building Code (ECBC)”, and was given the responsibility of developing an enabling framework for facilitating its implementation in a consistent manner throughout the country. By training he is a Civil Engineer and has more than twenty nine years of experience in the power sector of which the last nine years have been on the Demand Side. Prior to joining the Bureau, he has worked in various capacities in a Central Public Sector Generating company, under the Ministry of Power and was associated with planning, monitoring, co-ordination and construction management of Hydro and Thermal power projects.

 

15.00 Coffee break

 

 

Session #4 Future Architectural Concepts

15.30 Robert-Jan van SANTEN //

VS-A, Lille, France

Robert-Jan van Santen is a Dutch Architect who has created façade consulting offices in Lille, France, and in Hong-Kong, totalizing 35 employees.

He got the silver medal of the French Académie d’Architecture for his research and technique activities.

He has been working on lightweight envelopes for 25 years, in collaboration with prestigious international architects like OMA, Zaha HADID, Christian de PORTZAMPARC, Steven HOLL, mainly in Europe, but also in Asia and Africa.

He works on Indian projects in collaboration with Binoy KUMAR DAS of FCD (Mumbai).

With 30 years of experience in the field of building envelopes, he believes that a successful attitude towards facades is by predicting their future upgrading in 30-50 years.

16.00 Spencer Culhane // Transparent Facades for Music Performance Space

Schüco New York; New York, USA


Spencer Culhane currently works as an Architectural Advisor for Schüco USA in New York City where he helps architects, consultants and developers plan their building envelopes. He has been in the facade industry since 2011. He holds a Bachelors degree from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design and is a Solar Decathlon Alumni. He is currently pursuing a Master of Engineering degree at the Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe with a specialization in Facades.

 

 

 

 

 

16.30 Selected Student Posters // Book Launch efnMOBILE 2.0 Efficient Envelopes // Final Discussion

 

 

17.15 End