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Bauhaus.SOLAR

28.01.2011
TECHNOLOGY - DESIGN - ENVIRONMENT
TECHNOLOGIE - DESIGN - UMWELT
Announcement
4th International Congress
8 - 9 November 2011, Erfurt, Germany
Architecture is changing. Energy and climate relevant requirements are influencing forms of expression and sustainably changing the environment. The 4th International Congress Bauhaus.SOLAR promotes the cross-sector dialogue between planners, architects, civil engineers, technicians, designers and users as well as members of the real estate industry and the financial sector. The focus is the discussion about the innovative aesthetic influence of solar technology on architecture and urban planning. Please put this congress organised by the partners SolarInput e. V., Bauhaus-Universität Weimar und Messe Erfurt GmbH into your calendars now.
Ankündigung
4. Internationaler Kongress
8. - 9. November 2011, Erfurt
Die Architektur wandelt sich. Energetische und klimarelevante Ansprüche beeinflussen die Ausdrucksformen und verändern die Umgebung nachhaltig. Der 4. Internationale Kongress Bauhaus.SOLAR fördert den fachübergreifenden Dialog von Planern, Architekten und Bauingenieuren, Technikern, Designern und Anwendern sowie Vertretern der Immobilien- und Finanzwirtschaft. Im Fokus steht die Diskussion über den innovativ ästhetischen Einfluss der Solartechnik auf Architektur und Stadtplanung. Bitte merken Sie sich diesen von den Partnern SolarInput e. V., Bauhaus-Universität Weimar und Messe Erfurt GmbH organisierten Kongress schon jetzt vor.

Dipl.-Ing. Ulf PLEINES M.Sc.

Bauhaus-Universität Weimar
archineering
Bauhaus.Energy Workshop
Bauhaus.SOLAR
Belvederer Allee 1, room 003
D-99425 Weimar
Tel.: +49(0)3643 58-3145 (Ms. LIESKE)
Tel.: +49(0)3643 58-3123
Fax.: +49(0)3643 58-3122
ulf.pleines@uni-weimar.de
bauhaus-solar@uni-weimar.de
www.uni-weimar.de
www.screenhaus.de
www.energy-based-design.de
Bauhaus.SOLAR
Technology - Design - Environment
4th International Congress
8 - 9 November 2011
Erfurt Exhibition Center
Gothaer Str. 34
D-99094 Erfurt
www.bauhaus-solar.de

Ulf Pleines | Bauhaus-Universität Weimar
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http://www.bauhaus-solar.de

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