Climate Responsive Building Design: Looking Beyond the Facade
by Shrikar Bhave
Our world deserves better than building-as-usual – over-engineered systems supporting static, placeless, unhealthy and uninspiring environments. Design and engineering must work together to reimagine the spaces that shape our lives.
Transsolar is an international climate engineering firm determined to create exceptional, highly comfortable indoor and outdoor spaces with a positive environmental impact. Transsolar fosters innovation in built environment with an aim to create architecture that is user centric, site specific and dynamic with a sense of identity and delight. This lecture will shed light on what drives climate responsive building design through a variety of Transsolar’s project case-studies in different parts of the world. The lecture aims to demonstrate that sustainability is not separate from design, but an indispensable component that enhances the experience of the built environment.
About the Speaker:
Shrikar Bhave is a Design Lead at New York office of Transsolar KlimaEngineering, an international climate engineering firm providing innovation in built environment. With a diverse background in architectural design and building science, and a passion for creating humane habitats, Shrikar brings a rigorous approach to climate responsive building design and has helped realize architectural vision on a variety of projects with strong design teams. Shrikar also specializes in development and validation of daylight design concepts esp. for complex museum projects. He has lectured and served as a design critic at universities including Columbia, Cornell, The New School, Arizona State University and CEPT University in India. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from University of Mumbai and a Master of Science (Building Design) degree from Arizona State University.
27th July 2018
@ 6:30 pm
School of Environment & Architecture,
Eksar Road, Borivali (W), Mumbai - 400 091
T: 91 86550 02156 E: email@example.com W: www.sea.edu.in
The event is supported by UDRI and free and open to public.