PAUL-ROUVEN DENZ studied architecture and urban planning at the University of Stuttgart and the E.T.S.A. Madrid with a focus on “resource-efficient construction“ and “building construction”. Mr. Denz has gained a wide range of experience during showcase building and research projects on sustainability in Germany and abroad. He also successfully participated in architectural and innovation competitions. Paul-Rouven Denz worked among others at Foster & Partners (London), Werner Sobek (Stuttgart), Fraunhofer IAO (Stuttgart), IBK2 (University of Stuttgart), Gutierrez-delaFuente Arquitectos (Madrid) and ATOL architects (Shanghai). At Priedemann Facade-Lab Mr. Denz focuses as Head of R&D on research on new façade technologies, materials, systems and planning processes. Since 2017 Paul-Rouven Denz is also a PhD guest researcher at TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, investigating Smart Textile Skin solutions for material and energy efficient building envelopes.
Title of Presentation:
The ACT-Facade - simple intelligence beats over-engineering
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