Future climate scenarios show an imperative need for building stock transformation. Architecture is responsible for 40% of CO2 emissions in the EU, much related to the building operation. Energy modelling and evaluating buildings’ lifecycles is critical to estimate the environmental impact of architecture. With industry examples, Mateo Barbero and Adrian Krężlik will present their methodology on how to guide the architectural process towards lower negative impact and carbon neutrality.
Mateo Barbero: Energy engineer, and former researcher at INESC TEC’s Centre for Power and Energy Systems (CPES), he developed research projects in energy services, energy efficiency, and sustainable cities, in both the private and public sectors.
Adrian Krężlik: Architect, he gained professional experience at Zaha Hadid Architects in London, Fernando Romero and Rojkind Arquitectos in Mexico City. He is interested in science-based architectural design, especially based on building performance, and its impact on the environment. In 2021 Adrian has joined MIT Portugal PhD Program.
ASK.lectures – Mateo Barbero & Adrian Krężlik
- Date: Thursday, 9th March, 2023
- Time: 18.00h (CET)
- Title: Energy and Buildings for Future Climate. Integrated Decision Support as a method to include energy modelling and life cycle assessment in all the phases of the architectural project.
- Location: Faculty of Architecture Warsaw University of Technology, ul. Koszykowa 55, 00-659 Warsaw, Room 103