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سخنرانی علمی، آینده سبز است:ساختمان و معماری سبز به عنوان معماری نوین آلمان (سخنران:سرکار خانم پروفسور زیبیله فانلزا)

 

 

 

 

 

سخنرانی علمی:

معاونت بین الملل دانشگاه تهران با همکاری اموربین الملل دانشکده محیط زیست برگزار میکند:

آینده سبز است:

 ساختمان و معماری سبز به عنوان معماری نوین آلمان

سخنران:سرکار خانم پروفسور زیبیله فانلزا

دانشگاه فرایه برلین- آلمان

تاریخ:روز یکشنبه 11/8/93 از ساعت 12:30 لغایت14

مکان:دانشکده محیط زیست دانشگاه تهران- سالن کنفرانس- ساختمان مرکزی

حضور دانشجویان و اساتید آزاد میباشد

 

 

 

 

University of Tehran, Office of International Relations and the Faculty of Environment

Scientific Lecture Announcement:

THE FUTURE IS GREEN:

AN OUTLINE OF NEW GERMAN ARCHITECTURE

Lecturer: Professor Sybille Fanelsa Freie University Berlin

Date: November 2nd at 12:30 pm.

Venue: Faculty of Environment at the University of Tehran, Main Building-Conference Hall

Address: Faculty of Environment, University of Tehran, No. 15, Ghods St.,Enghelab Ave., Tehran, Iran.

Lecture Summary: The lecture will present and discuss the conditions and issues of sustainable developments and so-called "Green Architecture" in the context of Germany over the past 30 years, where building industry is responsible for about 40% of total energy consumption. Sustainable development does not only involve construction of more energy-efficient buildings, but rather it calls for environmentally conscious and user friendly design.
Presenting a variety of Green Architecture exemplary buildings which combines aesthetic quality with high technical standards, Sybille Fanelsa discusses the works of Ingenhoven Architects who built one of the first ecological high-rises world-wide in the 1990s in Essen; and urban development projects like the "Inner Harbour Duisburg" and "Harbour City Hamburg".
The future has already started

Sybille Fanelsa lives in Berlin and works as a curator in the architecture sector. She was involved in film projects with R. W. Fassbinder and has overlooked exhibition projects, eg Germany's contribution to the Venice Architecture Biennale 2000. She also contributes editorial support to publications in the field of architecture and cultural history.

Free entry also for non-students of the University. The lecture will be given in English