With the dependence on fossil fuels nearing its peak, "After Comfort: A User’s Guide" emerges with the aim of redefining architectural norms and energy use in our living and working spaces. This venture is developed on the initiative of the TUM members Prof. Jeannette Kuo and Prof. Thomas Auer, Prof. Daniel A. Barber from the University of Technology Sydney, and Ola Uduku, Head of the Liverpool School of Architecture. Together with other contributors they confront the challenge of decarbonizing existing infrastructure, questioning long-held standards of comfort to uncover sustainable solutions. This project tries to go beyond traditional efficiency upgrades and proposes a transformation of architectural practices to align with a vision of environmental responsibility and innovation in the post-fossil fuel era.
Designing the post-fossil fuel future – "After Comfort: A User's Guide"
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