On Friday, 20.05.2022, the Climate Engineering degree programme will hold this year's Case Study Tag. The aim of this event is to present and discuss in detail a few selected complex practical examples that have been realised and are in operation, with a special demand for architecture, energy efficiency, sustainability and a high degree of innovation.
The programme begins with a welcome by the KlimaEngineering programme. Afterwards, architects, engineers and building owners will report from the planning and implementation of exciting architectural projects.
One of the two projects is the Hans-Thoma-School in Oberursel. The goal here was to design a building that was as sustainable as possible and that conserved resources and energy. At the same time, the focus was on reducing the need for fossil fuels to a minimum. The Hans-Thoma-Schule has a high quality of life, not least because of its focus on physical and motor development and learning.
Another project is the so-called "SKAIO" in Heilbronn.
This building was built as part of the Neckarbogen city exhibition as the first high-rise building in Germany using the wood-hybrid construction method with a height of 34 meters. The high-rise was designed according to the cradle-to-cradle principle and thus fits perfectly into the circular economy with the reusability of the individual components and materials. For the ecological and economic quality, as well as numerous other criteria, the SKAIO was awarded the DGNB certificate in gold and diamond in 2019.
The programme will begin at 9:45 am and will end at approximately 4:00 pm with closing remarks from the ClimateEngineering programme. Afterwards, everyone is invited to finish the evening by enjoying a barbecue together.
We are looking forward to a day full of interesting, informative contributions.
Venue and registration
The event will take place in Building 8 (new building) Room 0.43 on the first floor.
Please register at the following link:
study course ClimateEngineering
Christin Gegner christin.gegner(at)hft-stuttgart.de
Pia Klein pia.klein(at)hft-stuttgart.de
This event is recognised by the Baden-Württemberg Chamber of Architects as a continuing education course of 3.5 hours for members and architects/urban planners in practical training in the fields of architecture, interior design and urban planning.
architects/urban planners in practical training for the disciplines of architecture, interior design and urban planning.