The end of current practice

Dato
20.11.2018
Tidspunkt
15:00 - 17:00
Adresse
Auditorium 2
KADK
Danneskiold-Samsøes Allé 53
1435 København K
Pris
Gratis adgang

I efteråret arrangerer KADK en række af debatter der sætter fokus på teknologi i arkitektur og design. Debatterne bringer forskellige meninger og standpunkter sammen, og tager aktuelle spørgsmål op til diskussion.

Debatterne modereres af markante profiler fra Designskolen og Arkitektskolen, som med hver deres vinkel på spørgsmålet har inviteret en række oplægsholdere - forskere, branchefolk, organisationer mm. -  til at præsentere deres perspektiv og debattere med publikum.

Anden debat i rækken bliver modereret af Natalie Mossin, leder af Institut for Bygningskunst og Teknologi.

Panelet består af:

  • Jørgen Rosted, Consultant and writer. Cand.polit., Economics, Member of Danish Design Council and columnist, speaker and debater about e.g. green transition, innovation, entrepreneurship and finance.  
  • Phil Ayres, Associate Professor CITA Centre for Information Technology and Architecture, KADK
  • Liselott Stenfeldt, Head of Interactive Spaces Urban Studio - Architect MAA / Interactive Spaces Lab, The Alexandra Institute

Debatterne er åbne for alle og foregår på engelsk. 

Jørgen Rosted, Liselott Stenfeldt & Phil Ayres

The end of current practice
Can technology save the building industry? 

Current practice in the building industry is not sustainable. The industry produce huge amounts of waste, is a mayor consumer of energy and leaves a heavy CO2 impact. 

The UN 17 Sustainable Developments Goals encapsulate what we must achieve, and the challenges are daunting. Architecture and design are fields of invention and entrepreneurship, and with the digitalization of design and manufacture a whole new set of opportunities are opening up. 

But will new technology propel the industry forward towards more sustainable practices? Can technology save the building industry? At the talk we will discuss what role advanced technologies can play in raising the level of innovation in the building and design industries - towards a sustainable future.