Adaptive Facades - Now, New and Next (Energy Harvesting and Storage Europe 2015)

Mr Martin Pauli,
Arup Deutschland GmbH
2015 4월29일.

Presentation Summary

The presentation provides an overview about current applications of adaptive building envelopes as well as approaches towards future concepts. The aim is to enable a critical reflection on the current building culture and occurring trends which might influence the future of building envelopes significantly.

Speaker Biography (Martin Pauli)

Martin's background is design, he holds a Master's degree in architecture and is an expert for Circular Economy with emphasis on the development and application of new materials and technologies for buildings, their systems and components. At the interface between Materials Consulting and Arup`s Foresight Consulting practice, Martin is in charge of innovation management and collaborative product development. Since he began at Arup, he has been working with clients like Volkswagen, BASF and Google, aiming to utilize latest technologies and materials to optimize the performance of our build environment. Martin lectures widely on national and international conferences on how our build environments can develop towards a closed loop system within a resource effective economy.

Company Profile (ARUP)

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