Real Estate

Analysis of cybernetic refurbishment concepts for buildings of the 1950s - the example: 'Am Germansberg' owned by the 'Gemeinnützigen Baugenossenschaft Speyer e.G.' (cooperative building association)

Project Description

Objective of this research project was the side-by-side comparison of two entirely different refurbishment strategies - on the one hand an energy-oriented refurbishment according to the state of the art (loss reduction) and on the other hand an energy-oriented refurbishment according to cybernatically principle (profit maximisation). Research subject are two linear buildings with similar requirements of both the in- and outside. Construction, architecture and urban design of the research subject are specific for the building typology of the 1950s. Hence the research findings can be transferred. 

Project Team

Jun.Prof. Dr.-Ing. Angèle Tersluisen (Unit of Building Cybernetics)

Prof. Dr. Annette Spellerberg, (Unit of Urban Sociology)

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Pahn (Unit of Concrete Structures and Structual Engineering)

Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Björn Martin Kurzrock (Unit of Real Estate Studies)

Dipl.-Ing. Lukas Jachmann (Unit of Building Cybernetics)

Dipl.-Ing. Klara Bauer (Unit of Building Cybernetics)

Eva Langenbahn, M.Sc. (Unit of Urban Sociology)

Martin Kiesche, M.Sc. (Unit of Concrete Structures and Structual Engineering)

Kamyar Nasrollahi, M.Sc. (Unit of Concrete Structures and Structual Engineering)

Dipl.-Ing. Tillman Gauer (Unit of Concrete Structures and Structual Engineering and Unit of Real Estate Studies)

Nils-Magnus Wasser, M.Sc. (Unit of Real Estate Studies)

Press report

Rheinpfalz-Article of 20.01.2015

Press Release

Press release of 17.02.2016

 

 

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