The hydraulic engineering hall on the TU campus between the architecture and maths buildings is to have a new green façade. This seminar is an interdisciplinary project in cooperation with the Department of Ecohydrology, which is researching green facades. For the real laboratory, various façade greening systems will be installed on the façade of the hydraulic engineering hall.
At the same time, a place is to be created on the surrounding area, which is currently still used as a car park, that will make the real laboratory accessible to researchers, planners, students and interested parties and expand the campus with a new meeting area. This semester, the basics and the design for the upcoming construction will be worked on and developed.
Living Lap climate-energy-water
zur Lehrveranstaltung des Natural Building Lab (NBL)