Infinitely (re)usable building

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Seminar Cradle to Cradle® Practical Applications in Area Development - 12:00 - 12:15 - Infinitely (re)usable building - Michiel Visscher (Cradle to Cradle consultant Buildings, Royal Haskoning DHV)

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  • 15 minuten kennismaking 10 minuten introductie van de opgave door de facilitator (probleemhouder verheldert alleen op verzoek) 5 minuten uiteenzetting werkwijze Pressure Cooker door de facilitator 3 x 30 minuten Pressure Cooker: Eerste 30 minuten Pressure Cooker: vrij brainstormen 15 minuten pauze (facilitator en mindmapper beoordelen resultaten eerste 30 minuten) Tweede 30 minuten Pressure Cooker: resultaten eerste 30 minuten worden getoetst aan theoretisch kader en gewogen (kiezen waar op in te zetten!) Derde 30 minuten Pressure Cooker: optimalisatie (gekozen aspecten aanscherpen/uitwerken) 15 minuten pauze (facilitator en mindmapper vatten Pressure Cooker samen) 20 minuten: destilleren resultaten Pressure Cooker (Cradle to Cradle kansen, concept set Cradle to Cradle principes, Laaghangend fruit, aanbevelingen voor vervolg) 5 minuten: concrete vervolgacties benoemen (voor DHV-team, maar vooral voor probleemhouder)
  • Infinitely (re)usable building

    1. 1. Infinitely (re)usable buildingMichiel Visscher"Cradle to Cradle Practical Applications in Area Development“Erasmus University, Rotterdam 29 th October 2012
    2. 2. who am I Michiel Visscher,  3 years authorised c2c consultant  structural engineer  total design specialist 10 years professionally active in building design Royal Haskoning and DHV merged
    3. 3. inspiration book article nov 2008
    4. 4. remaking the way we make things The single most meaningfull sentence in the book Vague, no solutions for area development But applicable on everything we do
    5. 5. remaking the way we make things The single most meaningfull sentence in the book Innovation for design Innovation for doing business
    6. 6. City hall Venlo – innovation and partnerships
    7. 7. 2 aspects of c2c product certification degree of healthy content degree of reusability
    8. 8. 2 aspects of c2c product certification degree of healthy content degree of reusability
    9. 9. 2 aspects of c2c product certification  degree of healthy content  degree of reusability‘Degree of reusability’ is undervalued and has the largest C2C opportunities!
    10. 10. Examples of reusability in buildings Nissan European Headquarters
    11. 11. Examples of reusability in buildings St Joseph Church
    12. 12. Examples of reusability in buildings Karel Doorman
    13. 13. Examples of reusability in buildings Park4all mobile parking garage
    14. 14. Examples of reusability in buildings New Orleans
    15. 15. Examples of reusability in buildings Design is not the issue…, it is the system in which the design operates that makes the difference
    16. 16. Problem Design is not the issue…, it is the system in which the design operates that is unfit m 1 b le p ro
    17. 17. Problem Buildings are excluded from c2c certification…! Quote Michael Braungart: “buildings are complex systems of complex products and cannot be assessed as a whole”
    18. 18. Problem Buildings are excluded from c2c certification…! Quote Michael Braungart: “buildings are complex systems of complex products and 2 cannot be assessed as a whole” b le m pro
    19. 19. 2 solutionsQuote Michael Braungart:“buildings are complex systems of complex products andcannot be assessed as a whole”  Innovation for design  Innovation for doing business
    20. 20. 2 solutionsQuote Michael Braungart:“buildings are complex systems of complex products andcannot be assessed as a whole” Innovation for design Innovation for doing business
    21. 21. 2 solutionsQuote Michael Braungart:“buildings are complex systems of complex productsand cannot be assessed as a whole” Innovation for design Innovation for doing business
    22. 22. Buildings like trees in nature = eco system in area development = business system dynamic systems, healthy, in balance =
    23. 23. Business system = a building organism xxx consultant 1 Supplier 1 developer architect designers Supply chaincontractor manager consultant 2 operator 1 Supplier 2 Supplier 3 Sub- Sub- contractor 1 contractor 2 xxx
    24. 24. a building organismInitial investments realized without financial capital Natural resources  manufacturers  suppliers  supply chain managers Intellectual capital  architect,  designers,  consultants Human capital  contractors  operators
    25. 25. Material Matters Set up business for reverse logistics Scale down business non-reverse logistics
    26. 26. Material performance Scale buildings down into coherent but indepandant layers (Steward Brand)  soil  structure  skin  setting  system  stuff
    27. 27. Material performance Scale buildings down into coherent but independant layers (Steward Brand)  soil settlement  structure strength and safety  skin shelter, view, expression  setting spaces and atmospheres  system comfort  stuff your daily activities Sell performance in stead of products (John Thackara)
    28. 28. Transition in building
    29. 29. Start with business network: create organism existing buildings new buildings
    30. 30. Growing and maturing along the way existing buildings new buildings
    31. 31. Final thoughts Stop investing in buildings  static objects  short term business cases Start investing in performances  dynamic, infinitely reusable building businesses  long term business case  keep the value of knowledge and material
    32. 32. Currently at Schiphol  Park&Travel 3 has limited parking capacity  Increasing parking demand in near future  Multistorey parking fits in sustainability vision  Availability of forecast on short/long termPark&Travel 3
    33. 33. Viable business case for parking performancePark&Travel 3 = infinitely reusable building
    34. 34. Infinitely (re)usable buildingMichiel Visscher"Cradle to Cradle Practical Applications in Area Development“Erasmus University, Rotterdam 29 th October 2012

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