How can porous concrete be used in architecture in such a way that it can improve the comfort conditions and the energy efficiency of buildings? This was the lead question of the “Climate Concrete” Research and Development Workshop, organized by the Department of Industrialized Edification and Environment of UIC Barcelona School of Architecture in partnership with the Catalan architecture office PICH Architects and the global construction materials supplier – CEMEX.
Barcelona, 1955. Es responsable de relaciones institucionales de Rockwool Peninsular, filial española de la empresa danesa y miembro de la CEIM, Cátedra de Edificación Industrializada y Medio Ambiente de la School of Architecture de UIC Barcelona.
‘Máximo confort-Mínimo Consumo’ – a CEIM chair in Industrialised Construction and Environment Masterclass presented by Felipe Pich-Aguilera, CEIM Director, with Luis Alvarez-Ude from the GBCe, as the chair of the ‘Users/Comfort/Economy’ discussion panel, Jordi Bolea from Rockwool, as the chair of the ‘Technology and Reducing Energy Dependence’ discussion panel, and Albert Cuchi from the Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, as the chair of the ‘Experiences’ discussion panel.
… “Máximo Confort – Mínimo Consumo” Masterclass by CEIM chair