Development of a Technology and Market Radar for industrialized wood-based facade systems

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  • Project duration: March 2021 - March 2022
  • Project status:
    Approval by the Scientific Committee
  • Funding:
    Stiftungen (Other projects /Project)
  • Total project budget: €50,000.00

The project builds up a novel methodological approach to enable Rubner Holzbau (Brixen) to develop two innovative industrialized wood-based facade systems. Proposed technologies aim at meeting the environmental sustainability needs for new buildings and energy refurbishments. Both façade systems will shorten construction times, enable their deconstruction according to the Circular Economy approach and facilitate the replacement of the different façade components. All this is possible thanks to the complete prefabrication of the façade systems and the minimization of glued fixings. To achieve the objectives of the project, first a solid market analysis is performed to ensure that normative requirements and customer needs will be fulfilled. The outputs of this analysis will guarantee a highly competitive market entry and serve to define the technical requirements that novel façade systems accomplish. Proposed façade systems are characterized by climatic resilience and circularity, supported by the high degree of industrialization.



Miren Juaristi Gutierrez

Project managerT 257 550 1740 93+ude.carue@zerreitugitsirauj.nerim


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