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LIBROS >> Ingeniería y Arquitectura >> Arquitectura
EESAP14 International Conference 2023, 4-5 October, Donostia – San Sebastián. Proceedings book
Various authors
.9788413196039
Materia: Arquitectura; Urbanismo
Páginas: 114
Fecha de edición: 2023
ISBN/ISSN: 978-84-1319-603-9
Idioma: Inglés
Tipo de edición: Digital (PDF)

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The fourteenth edition of the International Conference on Energy Efficiency and Sustainability in Architecture and Urbanism (EESAP 14) addresses the theme of “Care for the habitat / Habitat for care”, understanding habitat in all its scales; from the territorial, the urban to even the building scale. This double approach implies rethinking the following aspects: how do we take care of or what is needed to take care of this habitat? How should this habitat be for our care, and to guarantee the quality of life of people?

In the light of this new debate, we invited all our regulars and those who wanted to joined us in the thirteenth edition of our conference to present their proposals. As in the previous editions and given its academic facet, the conference is especially aimed at professionals, researchers and students.

Since the EESAP8/CICA1 edition, the conference has extended the scope of scientific and technical diffusion to the entire innovative construction sector. Furthermore, it is opened to the business sector, due to their close relationship to meet current social demands on business innovation for achieving a higher quality of life.

Once again, the Organising Committee, CAVIAR Research Group (Spanish abbreviations for Quality of Life in Architecture, UPV/EHU), has opted for innovative and current interest subjects to promote an atmosphere in which professionals, researchers, students and companies will be able to interact. exchange knowledge and create network through a two-day programme with four thematic blocks for each of the habitat scales that includes lectures, round-tables, research communications and collaborative innovation workshops (networking).
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