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Gabriel Fejzulla Dec 31
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Gabriel Fejzulla Dec 30
📷 . . . . By henri_fejzulla secret.albania @ Korçë, Albania
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Gabriel Fejzulla 7 May 18
Materiality is quite important when you come to think that it not only determines the durability and well funxtioning of the building but also its aesthetics. Smart uses of it can work very well, both on the technical and beauty aspect.
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Gabriel Fejzulla 7 May 18
By looking at vernacular architecture we will be able to understand space better and create better y more flexible arrangements of it.
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Gabriel Fejzulla 7 May 18
We can reduce time and expenses by using materials from the site and by applying traditional techniques of construction known in that particular site.
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Gabriel Fejzulla 7 May 18
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Gabriel Fejzulla 16 Apr 18
Is it safe to say that these way of thinking towards positive footprint is something that can come only from first world countries?
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Gabriel Fejzulla 16 Apr 18
High consumer demand rises negative footprints. The solution is reuse of materials and rethinking the way we use them.
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Gabriel Fejzulla 16 Apr 18
The way we create architecture should be like nature creates its own ecosysthems. Well-organization, equilibrium and positive outcome for everybody utilizing it.
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Gabriel Fejzulla 16 Apr 18
Healthy upcyclable materials-> healthy building-> healthy future.
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Gabriel Fejzulla 16 Apr 18
Cradle to cradle - circular economy applied to buildings
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Gabriel Fejzulla 9 Apr 18
Are you afraid that in the near future the T for tradition will become T for technology?
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Gabriel Fejzulla 9 Apr 18
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Gabriel Fejzulla 9 Apr 18
The high density of ceramics isn’t a setback, we still can create any type of surface.
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Gabriel Fejzulla 9 Apr 18
The technology of today has changed the way we work ceramic, but has also changed our take on it. We have gone from the pottery wheel, simple bricks and roof tiles to using digital technology and robots in the process of ceramic products.
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Gabriel Fejzulla 9 Apr 18
It’s amazing how versatile ceramics is. A smart play in shape and colors gives you a variety of outputs available for different uses.
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Gabriel Fejzulla 19 Mar 18
To create nZEB we need the right setting, the right weather analysis, the right technology and the right team to apply it.
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Gabriel Fejzulla 19 Mar 18
In a world with zero energy buildings depending on the renewable energy utilities, wouldn’t we depend too much on the companies producing them and be the pre to high cost construction and maintenance of the nZEB?
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Gabriel Fejzulla 19 Mar 18
There should always be possibility for adaptation of known zero energy techniques in the building since there is also the possibility of the climate having its whims.
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Gabriel Fejzulla 19 Mar 18
Europe is making huge steps towards saving the environmen, making policies having to do with near to/or zero energy architecture. By 2020 all new public buildings have to be near zero enery and by the end of 2020, it’ll be applied to all.
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