ifj. dr. Kistelegdi István:
Energia dizájn műhely a PTE MMK építész- és mérnökképzésében
Humanity is undergoing essential changes in various fields of life, such as material development and political, social, moral and transformations. With that the good news is over. The solutions mentioned, continuously cause new problems, a part of which become the problem of the following development cycle and the other part is simply ignored, or regarded as an unavoidable by-product. This is intensively felt in the environmental impacts caused by the industrial revolution and the depletion of natural resources. In the eyes of the children of future generations we are prehistoric men, technically brilliant primitives who ate, drank and breathed their own garbage. Waste and garbage means a lack of imagination, these words will only be familiar from history books. After the Neolithic age and the industrial-technological revolution, the beginning of the third energy revolution was a necessary consequence: the current post-fossil episode. As 50% of the world’s energy and material consumption is generated in the construction industry, architects must bear great responsibility. A new interdisciplinary workshop-based training program has been added to the architecture and engineering training at Pollack Mihály Technical Faculty, University of Pécs, organised by the Ecological Organic Technologies Studio. Differences between conventional and energy designed buildings can be described by using the ingenious ship analogy: With help of an engine practically all floating objects can be transformed into a steerable ship. A small sized compact mechanical device transforms a raw form into a functional object-oriented work of art. A building is not to be considered any longer as a box fulfilled with technical apparatus but it should be developed into a ‘climate machine’ which – just like a sailing boat – dynamically responds to environmental impacts and supplies itself using local energy sources.
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