About energy and the built environment
Sustainability and ecology are today at the crux of architectural discourse and urban political rhetoric. But often their “green” character is only a cladding and selling of cosmetic ecological skins. Even if these skins constitute remarkable technological advancements, a step forward to another level of action must be developed (stated by the Berlage Institute).
Where would be the ideal place to conduct research on topics as energy and the built environment , involving glass and esthetics?