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    • International experts discuss sustainable construction solutions
    • Resource management, attractive public spaces, shared infrastructure key
    • Wienerberger emphasizes importance of sustainability and affordability

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    Brick Award 24: How architecture contributes to a sustainable future

    07.06.2024 / 11:00 CET/CEST
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    • International experts in architecture discussed solutions for sustainable and affordable construction at Brick Award event
    • Resource management, more attractive public spaces and shared infrastructure as key components for more sustainable and affordable construction

     

    Vienna, 7 June, 2024 – Following the award ceremony of this year’s Brick Award, an international biannual prize for innovation and excellence in brick architecture created by wienerberger in 2004, a panel discussion between international pioneers in architecture took place. Under the motto “Building Tomorrow: Balancing Sustainability and Affordability in Architecture”, wienerberger CEO Heimo Scheuch sat down with Brick Award winner Tom McGlynn, nominee Renske van der Stoep, and jury member Ingrid van der Heijden, as well as Jens Linnet, speaker at the Brick Award symposium later that day.

    Acknowledging that the ecological transformation is the defining challenge of our time, Heimo Scheuch pointed out: “In order to achieve a sustainable future for coming generations, we must reach the goals lined out in the European Green Deal, chief among them climate neutrality until 2050. Architects are in a unique position to support this transition. The construction sector accounts for over one third of all energy use and almost 40 percent of CO2 emissions. These emissions can be brought down by innovative construction methods, as pioneering architects around the globe continue to demonstrate. Because outstanding architects are, at their core, master problem-solvers.”

    Re-use and better cities for sustainable housing

    Jens Linnet, Brick Award symposium speaker and co-founder of the Danish design studio BOGL, added: “By being more aware of the entire production chain and the materials we choose for our projects, we can reduce costs and create more sustainable projects while still prioritizing quality and function.” He explained that in their construction projects, BOGL focuses on using pre-existing natural assets such as trees and on reusing or upcycling materials. Jens Linnet also emphasized that public spaces need to change in order to allow people to reduce the size and environmental footprint of their housing: “We need to be braver within city planning and mobility and create attractive cities so that we are willing to live in smaller homes.”

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