This seminar introduces the philosophies, theories, and key concepts underpinning the principles of sustainable development and sustainability in relation to the built environment within the natural world. Together we shall address the occupant comfort, active and passive solutions, natural lighting, construction materials and an understanding of the main sustainable rating systems.
This course is open to everyone who is interested in sustainability and architecture. Together we shall understand the criteria that makes our house/ building/ apartment/ city sustainable. The seminar is a combination of different learning techniques (analyzing documentaries, keyword research, discovery and understanding, guided visits, lectures and interactive exercises) incubated during the class hours associated to a learning by doing project.
This course is open to everyone who is willing to learn, share, contribute and experiment. No previous background is required, an interest in the topic is a must.
Elyesh is an architect, a sustainable development consultant on urban and Bldg level, a university instructor, an activist and a performer philosopher. He is a founding member of the NGO ODDD, a UNESCO GAP on ESD PN4 (Empowering youth). During the taught classes at university or ODDD activities with the community, he opted the interactive concrete art approach as tool to learn experiment and develop the contributors’ competencies. His art, work and interventions focus on sustainable transformation covering the different SDGs and the GCED philosophy.
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- Standard – 180 000 LL
- Reduced** – 120 000 LL
- Solidarity* – Pay what you
can above the standard rate