Nutzer- und klimaangepasstes Bauen — Leitbild und Chance für die globale Verbreitung von nachhaltigen Gebäudelösungen
Artikel i vetenskaplig tidskrift, 2011

The paper gives an overview on background and outlook on sustainable development as a trend and vision in the building sector. Focus is on the necessity to adapt existing experience values and concepts in when transferring them to other climate zones and cultures than they originate from. This approach shows a great potential in regards to a solution of problems like global warming and limited resources. Experiences with analyzed projects show however, that, despite the goal to create working and healthy homes, technologies and concepts often are not tailored to local conditions. Using the example of a cooperation project of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zürich (ETH Zürich) and the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (EMPA) in which a climate adapted building envelope was developed the paper shows what modifications have to be made. This is especially relevant in the field of building physics in order to increase efficiency and avoid damages to the building and inhabitants and create sustainable homes. Besides this the interchange of the developed envelope, associated production methods and other relevant frame conditions, like local resource availability, is used to demonstrate what barriers and potential synergies can emerge in the course of such a project.

Innenraumklima

soziokulturelle

Sustainable development

nachhaltiges

Bauen

Berechnung

Japan

Japan

Faktoren

Komfort

subtropical climate

comfort

socio-cultural Aspects

nachhaltige

Subtropen

Klimaanpassung

resource efficiency

sustainable construction

inner room climate

Climate-adaptation

hygrothermal simulation

hygrothemische

Ressourceneffizienz

Entwicklung

Författare

Holger Wallbaum

York Ostermeyer

Yutaka Goto

Bautechnik

0932-8351 (ISSN) 1437-0999 (eISSN)

Vol. 88 3-16

Ämneskategorier

Arkitekturteknik

Social och ekonomisk geografi

Husbyggnad

DOI

10.1002/bate.201110001