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Survey for TripleA-reno project

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There is an intrinsic understanding that 'good architecture' defines the long-term functionality and resilience of buildings and that it has a strong bearing on building performance. However, it is not considered ‘measurable’ and it rarely features as a quantifiable value driver in investment cycles and legislation. This survey aims at investigating how the value of architectural solutions for better building performance is being taught in European Universities to architectural students.

 

This survey is part of the EU funded TripleA-reno project and it is conducted by the Architects' Council of Europe (ACE).

 

TripleA-reno aims to provide occupants and building professionals the information and tools to make deep RENOvation Attractive, Acceptable and Affordable with an occupant-centred approach.

There is an intrinsic understanding that 'good architecture' defines the long-term functionality and resilience of buildings and that it has a strong bearing on building performance. However, it is not considered ‘measurable’ and it rarely features as a quantifiable value driver in investment cycles and legislation.

 

This survey aims at investigating how architectural solutions for better building performance are being taught in European Universities to architectural students.

 

The survey has 11 questions. It should take you 15 minutes to complete it.

 

The deadline is 7 April 2019