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Research projects of the Fraunhofer Building Innovation Alliance

Thomas Kirmayr, Managing Director of the Fraunhofer Building Innovation Alliance, presented the latest building research, particularly regarding digital transformation, scarcity of resources, and climate change.

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Facing the future

New tools and materials provide architects and planners with new possibilities. Where will this journey lead in the near future? Our author Thomas Geuder summarizes the relevant presentations.

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Integrative planning and building

Potential conflicts can be reduced when specialist planners, builders and architects plan and build hand in hand. Our author Eric Sturm describes how.

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Back to the future? Low-tech strategies for building in the 21st cen-tury

“Simplexity” stands for the use of “high-tech” building materials as a prerequisite for the “low-tech” use of them. Read more here.

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Innovation potential in the construction sector

Sensors, robotics, and AI open doors for the construction sector, but also bring major challenges to planners and architects. Find out more.

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Resources and recycling

Read here what was discussed in the panels "Resources and Recycling" in the forum "Future of Building".

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Building in times of climate change

When it comes to getting climate change under control, the building sector is also called upon. During BAU ONLINE, our author Thomas Geuder followed a panel discussion with politicians, scientists, and researchers.

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The construction industry after the coronavirus

The construction industry after the coronavirus. Almost all industries have been strongly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. How will things continue afterwards and what are the pandemic’s consequences? Our author Melanie Schlegel summarizes the kick-off discussion at BAU ONLINE.

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