Active Energy Building Urbanspace Gallery

Active Buildings – Innovation for Architecture in Motion

The “active energy building” is the prototype of a new urban, decentralized power generation system that represents a trend-setting model for energy generation and distribution. It is the main focus of the exhibition, which details the extensive research work by the Austrian architects Anton Falkeis & Cornelia Falkeis-Senn with their results on numerous advances in terms of material, construction and network design for the development of active buildings. By means of further projects, the office presents its innovative strategies that help to tackle the major societal challenges, such as climate change, energy and resource scarcity.

Exhibition Image Credit: Roland Korner, active energy building, Vaduz (Liechtenstein)

Photo Gallery Image Credit: Tomasz Adamski

Curated by:

falkeis2architects

Location

401 Richmond Street West
Ground Floor
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
M5V 3AB
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Saturday
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Closed

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