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Kerstin Höger: Role of Scalability within Campus Sustainability

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Kerstin Höger: Role of Scalability within Campus Sustainability

  1. 1. Role of Scalability within Campus Sustainability Scalability Breakout Session Prof. Kerstin Höger, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Architect and Urban Designer Zürich Prof. Bojan Baletić, University of Zagreb, Vice-Rector Master Planning and Inter-institutional Cooperation ISCN HARVARD MIT, 01/06/2014, PROF. KERSTIN HÖGER NTNU, PROF. BOJAN BALETIĆ UNIZG
  2. 2. Scalability Objective Enable the development of scalable models for sustainable solutions that can be replicated in diverse organizational, geographic, political, and cultural contexts to achieve greater impact both locally and globally. Scalability in a Next Generation Framework Position our organizations for accelerated and expanded impact through more strategic approaches to develop sustainable models that are scalable across diverse contexts. Goals of the organizers
  3. 3. Should our local efforts be designed intentionally to be scaled up or down to be replicated in other settings? How can universities leverage core research and teaching models to better scale sustainability training world-wide? What are the emerging approaches that will push the boundaries for advancing scalable models for sustainability? Why are current approaches to developing sustainable solutions failing to have the global impact needed? What will it take to scale up sustainability practices, technologies, concepts, processes? Questions by the organizers
  4. 4. Cambridge from Civitates Orbis Terrarum by George Braun and Franz Hogenberg,1575
  5. 5. Oxford Collegiate University, map by John Speed 1605
  6. 6. Plan of pub stops in Cambridge
  7. 7. Vitruvian Man (Le proporzioni del corpo umano secondo Vitruvio), Leonardo da Vinci, c. 1490
  8. 8. R.I.P.s Recycled Individual Products, Freitag.ch, founded 1993
  9. 9. “Diogene”, micro home, Renzo Piano, 2013
  10. 10. “Diogene”, off the grid living
  11. 11. “Diogene”, autarkic
  12. 12. Conference and book publication, 2006-07
  13. 13. Science City ETH Zürich, master plan KCAP 2004
  14. 14. Science City ETH Zürich, aerial photo 2012
  15. 15. ETH Science City strategies and local-global network
  16. 16. Singapore University of Technology & Design (SUTD), master plan Kerstin Höger Architekten with MKPL and Sassaki, 2008-10
  17. 17. SUTD natural light and ventilation, Kerstin Höger Architekten, 2009
  18. 18. SUTD public campus ground and mixed academic-living area, Kerstin Höger Architekten, 2009
  19. 19. SUTD architecture part 1, Un Studio 2011
  20. 20. SUTD construction site, 2013
  21. 21. Sustainable campus design guidelines, Kerstin Höger
  22. 22. Are we asking the right questions on the right scales? Should our local efforts be designed intentionally to be scaled up or down to be adapted – but not replicated – to other settings? How can universities leverage core research and teaching models to better scale sustainability training world-wide? be responsive to the context? What are the emerging approaches that will push the boundaries for advancing scalable models for sustainability? (re)contextualize Why are current approaches to developing sustainable solutions failing to have the global impact needed? (scientifically) too reductionist – too general? What will it take to scale up sustainability practices, technologies, concepts, processes? products and technologies are non-infinitely scalable, concepts, strategies and processes to a certain extent, sustainable architecture and urban design has to consider the specific context! ISCN HARVARD MIT, 01/06/2014, PROF. KERSTIN HÖGER NTNU, PROF. BOJAN BALETIĆ UNIZG
  23. 23. Program Scalability Breakout Session Discussion of scalability in the context of the gained insights Exploration and definition of scalability within campus sustainability Detection of scalability attributes for sustainable solutions Framing scalability ISCN HARVARD MIT, 01/06/2014, PROF. KERSTIN HÖGER NTNU, PROF. BOJAN BALETIĆ UNIZG

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