How can our buildings help us to be more efficient in the future and contribute to our sustainable well-being and productivity?
With these approaches, we are moving into project developments, letting in as much new as possible and designing houses of the future, which help us live and work sustainably and holistically.
You wonder if this is possible at all? Then ask yourself the question: How do the buildings in which we are living every day influence us today?
In order to arrive at sustainable, future-oriented solutions, there are two ways to look at and define ourselves and our actions. The first considers the status quo based on past experience, scientific evidence, and what we have been taught. From this position, we are now shaping "the past" for tomorrow. This is reflected in DIN standards and building regulations.
The second possibility expands this view through future potentials, increased demands and the detection of trends in a rapidly developing society.
Research therefore means for us to enter into a world as it will be in 20 or 50 years. If we are to create our present activity from this future perspective, we will mix our established experience with the requirements of what will come.
So we shape our future actively, help our natural development and live in intelligent homes, let us chauffeurs from our power-driven cars, shoot us through tubes to the next continent or even book a rocket flight to the moon or colonize Mars one day.