France, Lessac

Designing energy

when 7 August 2016 - 13 August 2016
language English
duration 1 week
fee EUR 858

Energy supply is a prerequisite of development and welfare and nowadays subject to profound changes. Scarcity of resources, environmental protection, social challenges and a changing climate require a transition to renewable energies and decentralized power plants. Respectively, power units get closer to our direct surroundings where they affect our visual perception. A whole generation of engineers, architects and designers has now the chance and duty to create sustainable and convincing solutions.

The goal of this workshop is to identify water, wind and solar energy potentials and to develop smart ideas to tap available resources. Participants will design appealing technical solutions as these alone will prevail. Let’s build a renewable energies plant!

Course leader

Andreas Zeiselmair, Christoph Rapp + Markus Heinsdorff

Target group

Students, Professionals, Architects, Engineers, Designers

Course aim

Identify water, wind and solar energy potentials and to develop smart ideas to tap available resources at Boisbuchet.

Fee info

EUR 858: Students
EUR 1110: Professionals