Regenerative Design in Digital Practice
16 June 2022 10:30-19:15 CEST (UTC+2)
The first crash course on digital tools to implement a regenerative design approach following the Living Building Challenge, the most ambitious sustainability standard for the built environment
Concept creation & direction: Carlo Battisti, Emanuele Naboni.Organization: Living Future Europe.
Thank you to all who attended this LFE Crash Course on June 16, 2022. The recording is now available for additional registrants on demand. Please register for the event below to gain access to the recordings. If you have already registered, please input your Access Code here to gain access.
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Are you a design professional daily using digital tools to achieve an environmentally net positive building but sometimes you miss the regenerative rationale behind this approach? Are you a consultant with a robust background on sustainability principles but wondering what are the tools to implement this approach into practice?
Living Future Europe is thrilled to organise the very first crash course where these two sides of the AEC industry can meet and establish a common knowledge platform. Inspired by the most ambitious standard for regenerative sustainability in the built environment, this 6-hours live webcast will host leading speakers presenting a wide portfolio of tools and case studies.
Place, Water, Energy & Carbon, Health & Happiness, Materials. We will use the Living Building Challenge (LBC) framework Petals to introduce a digital scenario to make this regenerative approach possible. Non only for LBC passionate but for all those who aim to achieve cutting edge environmental performances in the projects they are working on.
Tired of crawling on the web for information on key tools to achieve regenerative sustainability? Don't worry, we have selected them for you convening in a single day whoever created, developed, or uses them daily in the most advanced international projects.
Featuring: SER Recovery Wheel, ENVI-met, PANDO, Green Scenario, Ladybug, Climate Studio, One Click LCA, Tally, EC3, Daylight Visualizer, Radiance, Declare, mindful MATERIALS.
• regenerative design, regenerative sustainability, regenerative thinking, Living Building Challenge, Declare, Scale jumping, Place, Water, Energy, Health + Happiness, Materials, design for climate change, Zero Carbon
• architects, engineers, project managers, manufacturers, constructors, urban planners, developers, academics, educators, students, designers, sustainability practitioners, researchers
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[Photo courtesy: header - Jonathan Natanian, Ilan Balouka and Guy Varona; left - Emanuele Naboni et. al.]
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Degree in Civil Engineering from the Politecnico of Milan, twenty years of experience in construction companies and fourteen as sustainable innovation manager & consultant. Master of Management and Organizational Development at MIP. Certified Project Manager IPMA®. LEED®, Living Future and WELL Accredited Professional. USGBC® and WELL Faculty™. Innovation manager for IDM South Tyrol. Chair of the COST Action 16114 RESTORE. President at Living Future Europe. Living Future Hero.
Associate professor at the University of Parma and Affiliated Professor at the Royal Danish Academy. He was visiting professor at ETH Future Cities Lab Singapore, EPFL, Southeast University in Nanjing, Architectural Association, University of California Berkeley. He did his post-doc at Berkeley Lab and work for several years at SOM (Skidmore Owings and Merrill) as a leader in sustainability. His focus is on architectural design for Climate Change.
Trained landscape architect (MLA/BLA Kansas State University) working in the field of blue-green infrastructures, nature-based solutions, and climate adaptation. Over the past 12 years with Ramboll Studio Dreiseitl, Henning Larsen and the HOK Planning Group, he has led the conceptualization and implementation of a range of international projects. With his supplementary MBA in International Management, he is the Associate Design Director and Team Lead for Climate Adaptation based in Hamburg.
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.
Co-founder and Head of Software Development at ENVI-met GmbH. He designed the ENVI-met microclimate model in 1994 and has been continually developing and expanding the scientifically evaluated software, ever since. He has been holding a tenure at the University of Mainz since 2007, is a visiting professor at Harvard and a regular lecturer at the AA School in London. He is also an associate partner of Werner Sobek Green Technologies GmbH since 2007.
Research scientist, educator & advisor on building technology and urban climate, developing and employing computational decision-making processes, tools, and workflows for architects and urban planners. Since 2015 research associate at TU Munich, Building Technology and Climate Responsive Design. In 2019 visiting research fellow at MIT, Sustainable Design Lab. In 2020 he co-founded Climateflux, which offer platforms for data-driven and computational workflows for acquiring climatic knowledge.
As Director of Outreach and Engagement for mindfulMATERIALS, Laurel's focus is on building industry partnerships and relationships with Architecture and Design firms, Contractors, and Owners to enable the proliferation of sustainable products choices throughout the industry. Her role as a practicing architect at Dyer Brown Associates and history of working as a manufacturers rep makes her uniquely positioned to understand and communicate the value that mindfulMATERIALS brings to the industry.
Professor, University of Alicante. Chair, Society for Ecological Restoration Europe. PhD in Biology. Author of 197 scientific articles. Engaged in many aspects of ecological restoration: seedling production, participatory processes, systematic planning. He has collaborated with practitioners in the public and private sectors. He has taught graduate, undergraduate courses in ecological restoration for 20 years and coordinated UA’s M.Sc. program Restoration & Management of Natural Environments.
She was an interior designer in Juneau (Alaska) for several years, working in both commercial and residential design before getting a master’s in interior architecture from the University of Oregon. After graduation she worked in Portland as a designer, where she took her firm PVC-free. She was then the Director of Industry Transparency at Source, where she implemented various features to help designers integrate sustainability criteria into their material selection and specification process.
PhD, Architect, senior researcher at Tallinn University of Technology. His work stands at the intersection of architectural and urban design, performance analysis, climatic, environmental, and computational design. He develops solutions, methods, and tools to help tackling the pressing issues of resource depletion, healthiness, and climate change, investigating the relation between energy and form, both building and urban form. He designed certified green buildings & awarded competition projects.
Assistant professor at the Technion, Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, and the head of the Environmental Performance and Design Laboratory (EPDL). He holds a master’s degree in Sustainable Environmental Design from the Architectural Association, and a PhD from the Technical University of Munich (TUM). At EPDL, he investigates the boundary between environmental engineering and architectural design in across-contextual, multi-scale and cross-disciplinary way.
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.
Sustainability and simulation consultant with a focus on daylight and human centric metrics and a wide portfolio of projects with both domestic and international certification systems. Externally assists several Certification Advisory Boards. His background is in building engineering from the Polytechnic University of Madrid and a masters in sustainability from Lund University. He currently works at ACC glass and façade consultants, Stockholm. Guest lecturer for KTH university of Stockholm.
Architect & senior daylight advisor for the VELUX Group's knowledge centre for Daylight, Energy, and Indoor Climate since 2005. Skilled specialist in the field of building performance simulations, responsible for the development & dissemination of Daylight Visualizer. A key contributor to the biennial conference VELUX Daylight Symposium as well as to several research activities investigating the effects of daylight on buildings and people. The Society of Light and Lighting Leon Gaster Award.
She has over 18 years’ experience in architecture & construction, including the 1st LEED for Homes Platinum certified project in Washington State and the 1st Living Building Challenge 2.0 certified project in the world. Sustainability Director at Skanska and a subject matter expert in carbon emissions associated with buildings & construction. In her role as Executive Director of Building Transparency, she provides open access data and tools to address embodied carbon’s role in climate change.
LCA, BIM and sustainability expert with 10 years’ experience. He has worked in a broad range of positions including construction site management, structural and architectural design, BIM coordination and sustainability consultancy. He is a consultant at One Click LCA, providing training and supporting customers to integrate LCA into their workflows. His goal is to increase LCA and embodied carbon assessment uptake across the construction industry.
Times are CEST (UTC+2)
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Carlo Battisti - Living Future Europe, President & Emanuele Naboni - University of Parma and Royal Danish Academy
Living Building Challenge Petal introEcology of Place
Jordi Cortina-Segarra - SER Europe, Chair; Universidad de Alicante, Departamento de Ecologia
Emmanuel Pauwels - Regenerative Practitioner; Green Living Projects, Owner
Michael Bruse - Uni Mainz, Professor for Geoinformatics; ENVI-met, Chief Development Officer
Ata Chokhachian - Climateflux, Founding Partner; Technical University Munich, Lecturer and Research Associate
LBC Petal introResponsible Water Use
Jeremy Karl Anterola - Ramboll, Landscape Architect, Climate Adaptation Solutions
LBC Petal introEnergy + Carbon Reduction
Jonathan Natanian - Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Head of the Environmental Performance and Design Lab (EPDL)
Francesco De Luca - TalTech, Tallinn University of Technology, Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Senior Researcher
Marios Tsikos - One Click LCA, Senior LCA & BIM Consultant
Stacy H. Smedley - Building Transparency, Executive Director. Skanska USA Building, Senior Director of Sustainability
LBC Petal introHealthy Interior Environment
Nicolas Roy - VELUX, Architect
Angel Perez Morata - ACC Glas och Fasadkonsult, Environmental Consultant
LBC Petal introRed List
Ren DeCherney - International Living Future Institute, Business Development Manager, Manufacturers + Interiors
Laurel Christensen - mindfulMATERIALS, Director of Outreach and Engagement
Martin Brown - Fairsnape and Living Future Europe, Vice President
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