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Mar
13

OOPEAA and Gehl are holding an open workshop on envisioning the future Seinäjoki City Center on March 19, 2019

posted on March 13th 2019 in News with 0 Comments

OOPEAA is leading a series of workshops together with Gehl to develop the vision for the future Seinäjoki City Center. As part of this series, on March 19, 2019, there will be an open workshop on envisioning the future Seinäjoki City Center. Everyone is welcome to participate. Prior to the workshop there will be a lecture by David Sim, Artistic Director of Gehl, on the topic of “How to Build a Good City”. The lecture is also open to all. – Program How to Build a Good City Council Hall, Kirkkokatu 6, Seinäjoki 14:00 Introduction and a lecture by David […]

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Jan
25

Developing the vision for the future Seinäjoki City Center

posted on January 25th 2019 in News with 0 Comments

OOPEAA is leading a series of invited workshops together with Gehl People to develop the vision for the future Seinäjoki City Center. The first workshop took place on January 24, 2019. It was organized around the theme of goals, visions and hopes with the topic of “How do we live in the future Seinäjoki?”. The morning session was held with city officials and the afternoon session with upper school students giving both groups an opportunity to actively engage in thinking about the future development of their city. This first workshop day will be followed by a second set of workshops […]

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Dec
05

OOPEAA is embarking on a research and development project to create a Life Cycle Visualizer

posted on December 5th 2018 in News with 0 Comments

OOPEAA has just received a grant from the Ministry of Environment, Finland for a research and development project to create a Life Cycle Visualizer. The grant is part of the Growth and Development from Wood Program by the Ministry of Environment, Finland. OOPEAA’s Life Cycle Visualizer is one of the eleven projects to be supported by the grant. The Life Cycle Visualizer will provide an early assessment tool for evaluating the impact of material choices on the sustainability of a building. The tool makes it possible for designers, clients and all parties involved in the early decision making process of a […]

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May
18

STED, the three-year research project on Sustainable transformation and Environmental Design concluded in a seminar in Copenhagen today

posted on May 18th 2018 in News with 0 Comments

Informing Sustainable Architecture May 18, 2018, afternoon Blox, Copenhagen With lectures by Anssi Lassila of OOPEAA along with Steve Christer of Studio Granda, Elise Grosse of White Architects, Jan Kauschen of Vandkunsten, and Siv Helene Stangeland of Helen & Hard Program for the afternoon seminar is open to the public 13.30-13.40: Welcome (Lotte Bjerregaard Jensen) 13.40-14.10: Elise Grosse, White Arkitekter Stockholm “From I-think to We-think! collaboration and co-creation for innovating a sustainable environment”. 14.15-14.45: Anssi Lassila OOPEAA, Helsinki 14.50-15.20: Siv Helene Stangeland, Helen + Hard, Stavanger 15.25-15.55: Steve Christer, Studio Granda, Reykjavik ’’Small Country – Big Issues’ 16-16.30 Jan Kauschen, […]

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Nov
01

OOPEAA participates in a Nordic research and development project on Sustainable Transformation and Environmental Design, STED

posted on November 1st 2016 in News with 0 Comments

The Nordic Built – Sustainable Transformation and Environmental Design, STED is a three year long project with the aim of developing new tools for the use of Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) as a way to evaluate the sustainability of architectural design projects from the early design stages on. The STED project provides a Nordic innovation platform for developing new design solutions and design processes for construction, renovation and transformation. Using ICT
for decision support and combining energy efficiency, environmental design and lifecycle thinking, the
aim is to develop innovative and generalizable system design solutions and design methods to create sustainable buildings. The […]

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