Submission of Build4People project proposal – RD phase

On 31 July 2020, our Build4People team successfully submitted the project proposal for the upcoming four-year Research and Development phase with the title “Build4People: Enhancing Quality of Life through Sustainable Urban Transformation”.  Based on our experiences of the ongoing Definition phase and intensive internal discussions, we have been able to…

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Virtual Workshop “Green Economy in Practice”

From 2nd to 5th June 2020, the virtual workshop “Green Economy in Practice” was carried out by the Otto-von-Guericke University in Magdeburg, on behalf of the EU-funded Erasmus+ project EGEA ”Enhancing Green Economy in 3 countries of Asia”.  The main goal of the EGEA project is to promote “green” economy and sustainable…

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Online Publication of the Build4People Exhibition 2020

Proud to announce that the final design of the Build4People Exhibition 2020 “Green Buildings and Sustainable Neighbourhoods” has been finally published at flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/23925432@N07/albums/72157714008254871/with/49809496201/ Curator of the exhibition has been the team of Work Package #3 “Sustainable Neighbourhoods” EMP (Eble Messerschmidt & Partner). Contributions to this trans-disciplinary effort have been…

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Publication of the 4rth video clip of the Build4People project

This video clip published via YouTube is a documentation of our successful Build4People Ecocity Transition Lab at Phnom Penh City Hall, Cambodia, from 01-06 March 2020. The Phnom Penh based company Studio4 under the guidance of the Build4People consortium leader, the University of Hamburg, Germany, has produced it. More information…

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Architectural Guide Phnom Penh

Build4People supports Architectural Guide Phnom Penh

Build4People through Hamburg University supports the publication of the Architectural Guide Phnom Penh published by Moritz Henning and Walter Koditek because we firmly believe that it contributes to the re-discovery of the values of bio-climatic architecture much needed to increase sustainability practices in Cambodia’s construction sector. That is why we…

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