New Book: Creating Buildings With Positive Impacts
Promoting positive impacts of buildings, instead of minimizing negative ones. This is the guiding principle in the new book entitled ‘Creating Buildings With Positive Impacts’ by Douglas Mulhall, Michael Braungart and Katja Hansen. In their publication, they present practical tools and methods that help to create healthy and recyclable buildings.
Residential Development Klosteranger in the Bavarian Village of Weyarn Nears Completion
Located close to the German city of Munich and boasting an old monastery complex, the municipality of Weyarn is developing into a model district. A previously uncultivated meadow has been transformed into a settled residential area.
Esports Need More Space
The membership figures for esports clubs will grow significantly in the near future. The space requirements of individual clubs and teams at grassroots level are continuing to increase as a result. These are the key results of a bachelor thesis on user requirements planning in electronic sports, or esports for short.
Where Old Meets New: New Building for the Felix Platter University Geriatrics Center Safeguards the Future of Geriatric Medicine
The new build project for the Felix Platter University Geriatrics Center is pioneering in one important respect: it is so far the only project of its size in Europe to have been planned and realized entirely digitally at all stages from the very start using building information modelling (BIM).
Trend Study on Real Estate Management: Centrally Organized and Digital?
Real estate is the core business of property companies and binds much of the capital of corporates. The management of structures, processes and costs related to real estate therefore has a defining influence on both company forms. The new Drees & Sommer study documents trends and the opinions of people who have responsibility for real estate.