Green BIM. Kriterien und Parameter, um Bauwerksbegrünung in das BIM-Modell zu bringen

Bente Knoll, Agnes Renkin, Joachim Kräftner, Ralf Dopheide, Julian Murschetz

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Greening as a technical, however living system has to be clearly more emphasised as a part of the planning process and also included and documented throughout the whole process. This applies not only to architectural and façade design, but also to technical details, e.g., building services, water supply, static requirements, building physics, fire protection, accessibility, etc. Future vertical greenings should already be co-developed and incorporated into the building project within initial ideas and planning steps. This will require increased interdisciplinary cooperation between a wide range of disciplines such as landscape planning, landscape architecture, vegeta-tion technology and landscape construction as well as architecture, building services, façade technology, building physics and statics. The involvement of specialist con-tractors as early as the planning phase begins is appreciated as well. Vertical green-ing should always be considered as a living system, hence paying attention to the in-terface human beings – technology – nature is of major importance! Planning and construction documentation from the beginning and a comprehensive documenta-tion of the green care and maintenance in the ongoing operation are of great im-portance.
Original languageGerman
Title of host publicationGreen Deal : Energie - Gebäude - Umwelt
Subtitle of host publicatione-nova International conference
EditorsHildegard Gremmel-Simon
Place of PublicationWien
PublisherVerlag Holzhausen GmbH
Pages181 - 186
ISBN (Print)978-3-903207-64-6
Publication statusPublished - 2022
Evente-nova 21/22: Green Deal; Energie – Gebäude – Umwelt - Campus Pinkafeld, Pinkafeld, Austria
Duration: 1 Jun 20222 Jun 2022

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