HFT meets IBA: #9

Energy resilient architectures

The current energy crisis and climate change require a rapid and consistent restructuring of our energy supply. The need to develop the building stock in a CO2-neutral way is now a consensus. With the current energy crisis, the question of how our energy supply can also be made secure and "resilient" has become all the more urgent.

How can our homes continue to be habitable in times of scarce natural gas availability or in the event of major power outages? What do the energy systems of buildings and neighborhoods have to look like in order to respond resiliently to unforeseen events?

We would like to discuss with you how our future energy supply can be designed to be climate-neutral and secure at our event #9 "Energy Resilient Architectures" on Oct. 27, 2022, 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. (Gutbrod, Friedrichstrasse 10, 70174 Stuttgart, Germany) . The event is part of the series "HFT meets IBA", which is organized by the International Building Exhibition 2027 StadtRegion Stuttgart, the M4_Lab of the Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences (HFT) and the Wirtschaftsförderung Region Stuttgart GmbH.

Due to the pandemic, on-site participation is limited to 30 people. However, further interested people can participate in the event remotely via zoom.



Holger Haas (Stuttgart Region Economic Development Corporation)
Florian Rapp (IBA'27)
Dr. Steffen Wurzbacher (Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences)



Resilience vs. building culture? How to make our architectural monuments fit for the future
Prof. Markus Binder (Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences)

Resilient post-war modernity? Durability and Change
Dr. David Sauerwein (Technische Unversität Darmstadt)

Robust (Re)Building!
Prof. Thomas Auer (Transsolar Energietechnik GmbH / Technical University of Munich)

Climate Neutral Neighborhood Supply
Severin Finkbeiner (EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG)


Discussion round


End of the event

Publish date: 18. October 2022 By Christine Kraus ()