Replay: New Building Practices (English)

LUMA Eco Days #2

Participant(s)  Laurens Bekemans
Participant(s)  Maria Finders
Participant(s)  Sébastien Dutherage
Participant(s)  Daniel Bell
Participant(s)  Rachid Mizrahi
Participant(s)  Nicolas Guignard
Participant(s)  Fanny Guiol
Participant(s)  Olivier Gaujard
Participant(s)  Laurent Lartaud
Participant(s)  Valérie Decot
Participant(s)  Ken de Cooman
Participant(s)  Frédéric Corset
Participant(s)  Bruno Gehant
Participant(s)  Madeleine Masse
Participant(s)  Vincent Delahaye

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This series of conferences focused on the New practices in building in order to question the global approach to sustainable development in this industry.

Agenda:

  • 2.00 pm – 3.00 pm: Architecture and eco-materials
    Cartography
    Inventory
    Case study

    Speakers
    Laurens Bekemans, BC Architects & Studies (Bruxelles, BE)
    Simon Darves-Blanc, La Pierre au Carré (Arles, FR)
    Rachid Mizrahi, TADELAKT and CO (Arles, FR)
    Nicolas Guignard, EnvirobatBDM (Marseille, FR)
    Fanny Guiol & Daniel Bell, Atelier LUMA (Arles, FR)
     
  • 3.30 pm – 4.30 pm: The recovery plan: an opportunity for eco-materials ?  
    The place of eco-materials in the recovery plan
    Legislation, regulation and insurance
    Recycling of building materials

    Speakers:
    Olivier Gaujard, Constructions régénératrices / EnvirobatBDM (Avignon, FR)
    Laurent Lartaud, SOCOTEC (Montpellier, FR)
    Valérie Décot, R-aedificare (Marseille, FR)
    Ken de Cooman, BC Architects & Studies (Bruxelles, BE)
     
  • 5.00 pm – 6.00 pm: Paths for a new sustainable model in the building industry
    Carbon model
    Creation of new sectors
    Integration, qualifications and new professions

    Speakers :
    Frédéric Corset, Envirobat BDM (Marseille, FR)
    Bruno Gehant, CFA BTP (Arles, FR)
    Valérie Décot, R-aedificare (Marseille, FR)
    Madeleine Masse, AREP (Paris, FR)
    Vincent Delahaye, Le Village (Cavaillon, FR)

Why this thematic?

In the face of climate and environmental impacts, all players in the building industry must deepen an inter-professional dialogue in order to trace the shortest path towards the resilience of our cities and countryside. The future environmental regulation of new buildings will be a structuring step towards low carbon and energy buildings, which will mark a major change by setting, for the first time, a target for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in construction, and thus putting the fight against global warming at the forefront.

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