Cyber-Physical Architecture #5 Interdisciplinary Data-integrated Approaches

Michael Hensel (Editor), H.H. Bier

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Rapid urbanization with the associated land cover and land use change, as well as resource depletion, contribute to the degradation of ecosystems and biodiversity and have a negative impact on human health and well-being. Societal calls for responses and results pose a significant challenge for research and education in the various fields concerned with the environment. Alongside the current environmental crisis there is a pressing need for developing ‘green solutions’ for the built environment with the help of data-driven methods, workflows and tools.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages64
JournalSpool. Journal of Architecture and the Built Environment
Issue number1 #5
Publication statusPublished - 2022

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ISBN 978-94-6366-570-4


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