Visit the brochure "Affordable climate-friendly construction: Cost-benefit assessment of life cycle measures"

In the summer semester, we are offering the lecture series "Together for the building turnaround" with 12 universities and Architects4Future.

The creation of affordable housing poses challenges for local authorities, developers and planners, particularly in the context of climate change. The need to adapt buildings to changing climatic conditions is often perceived as an additional burden. We invite you to the presentation of our…

Join the City Indicator Project Poster exhibition on February 21, 2024, from 5 to 7 PM in the “immatriculation hall” (Room 0136, Immatrikulationshalle) of the TUM main campus.

More green through urban planning, neighborhood work and activation of urban society

Our master’s graduate, Fatma Deghim, has been honored with the Johannes B. Ortner Prize at TU Munich 2023 for her master's thesis titled “A data-driven approach for predicting occupant thermal comfort in offices.” Fatma Deghim had the privilege of receiving the Johannes B. Ortner Foundation award…

The Master's students of "Resource-efficient and Sustainable Building" immersed themselves in the fascinating world of sustainable construction during an excursion to Hamburg.

On November 6, the "Green City of the Future" project team presented the results of five years of research and development as well as implementation and consolidation.

Researchers from the Institute of Energy Efficient and Sustainable Design and Building gave a lecture as part of the ESG Coffee Talks "Women in Real Estate.”

What do various forms of greening on buildings and in neighborhoods contribute? How can urban society be involved in the development of green, climate-resilient neighborhoods? How can climate resilience be concretely integrated into planning and administrative processes, especially in urban and…