The preliminary schedule for the next Future Envelope at TU Delft is out now!
Have a look at the promising line-up and register online: www.bk.tudelft.nl/futureenvelope
See you in Delft on 19. May 2011…Continue
Added by Holger Strauss on February 24, 2011 at 15:42 — No Comments
In that site you have all the videos of the symposium held in Madrid last November: Industry and Architecture: Light weight façades.
To all facade addicts:
The EFN chapter from Detmold is supporting the (german) wiki on facades as editors.
You can sign-in to receive a monthly newsletter about new things in facades.
If you do so, you are also supporting our work in the network! Till now it is a german page with german content - but we are working on…Continue
Added by Holger Strauss on January 25, 2011 at 16:00 — No Comments
Just some information about the Facade Master running in Spain.
For next year we are desinging a partly online version of the master running in the Basque Country, Madrid and Barcelona. We think this way it'll be easier to combine work and study.
Added by JOSEMI RICO MARTINEZ on January 18, 2011 at 13:38 — No Comments
Added by oriol paris viviana on December 30, 2010 at 15:39 — No Comments
Os adjunto un link para los interesados en componentes completos de fachada basados con un hormigón de alta resistencia armado con fibras de acero, con comportamiento ductil frente a la rotura.
El peso del sistema completo de fachada oscila entre los 130-150kg/m2...
In order to encourage you to use this blog to share interesting information I want to share some documents and sites dealing with what we call (in Spain) Ventilated facades. As you know their main two advantages are
- the rain screen effect
- the easy heat dissipation in summer
You can find an interesting explanation of the rain…Continue
Added by JOSEMI RICO MARTINEZ on December 22, 2010 at 19:00 — No Comments
Thanks for this great initiative!
Let me add some content to the blog section of the European facade network. Since last summer I have started a blog on facade related issues. The blog name is Facades Confidential (there's nothing too confidential in there, but names should attire potential readers...)
Hope you enjoy it.…Continue