IGP | sustainable building

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Nationally and internationally, the topic of sustainability represents one of the most important guidelines for the future. But what does this mean for architecture? How do our neighboring countries approach the topic of sustainable building? What are the requirements for sustainable planning and building and where does Germany stand in an international comparison?

In the context of the course work Integral Building Planning (IGP I) in summer semester 21, the students deal with the laws, standards and funding guidelines for sustainable planning and building in other European countries. Legal requirements and funding targets for CO2 savings and energy optimization are researched and evaluated in relation to different levels of consideration for a country in the EU.


M.Sc. Architecture

Module Compulsory Elective Module, Part 1 Construction Economics
Attendance 30
Processing Individual/group work

Course and exam via RWTHonline

Mentoring Registration for consultation hours via RWTHmoodle
Submission Textual work

Start: 12.04.2021, introductory lecture and further information for download via RWTHmoodle.
Supervision: Mondays (14:00-17:30, via VC)
Deadline: 12.07.2021 (17:00) in the iPE (print submission and digital via RWTHmoodle)


Lisa von Wittenhorst, M.Sc.
Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Elisabeth Beusker