Hassan Ait Haddou, École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Montpellier (ENSAM), France
Dimitri Toubanos, ENSA Paris-Belleville and Sciences Po, France
Philippe Villien, Institut Parisien de Recherche - IPRAUS, France
This book centers on climate change, a pressing issue in the ecological transition, particularly for landscape and architecture schools.
The scientific realities and consequences of this phenomenon are becoming increasingly well-known and it is now evident that architecture, urban planning and landscaping all have the potential to mitigate these consequences.
Ecological Transition in Education and Research is a multidisciplinary collective work, intended to raise awareness of adaptation and mitigation strategies such as action-research, educational innovations and concrete transition practices that embrace different schools of thought. The overall goal is to promote educational practices and research on climate change.
Part 1. Educational Processes at the Service of Ecological Transition
1. Between Architecture and Climate: A Bioclimatic Approach, André De Herde, transcribed by Marjan Sansen.
2. Architecture, City, Landscape: The Place of History in Pedagogy Integrating the Climatic Emergency, Anne Coste, Frédéric Dellinger and Theodore Guuinic.
3. Ecological Transition Architecture Week (ETAW): An Introduction to the Assessment of Risks and Opportunities, Alain Guez and Antoine Steck.
4. Climate Commons – Educational Research in Action, Edith Akiki and Emmanuel Doutriaux.
5. Drawing the Thickness of an Environment, Drawing the Thickness of Architecture, Christophe Laurens, Valentin Sanitas, Clément Gaillard, Tibo Labat
and Jérémie Buttin.
Part 2. The Challenges of Ecological Transition Met by Research
6. Overall Comfort in Elementary Schools with Humid Tropical Climates: Methodology for Adapting Comfort Scales, Magalie Techer and Hassan Ait Haddou.
7. Urban Green-Blue Grids as a Potential Factor for Regulating Urban Temperature: The Marseille Canal – An Essential Local Opportunity, Séverine Steenhuyse.
8. Summer Comfort in the Face of Climate Change: Design Adaptation and Rehabilitation, Isabelle Vervisch-Fortuné.
9. Mutations Project at ENSA Nancy, Cécile Fries-Paiola.
Part 3. Teaching and Research on Ecological Transition: From Theory to Practice
10. Form Follows Partnership, Damien Antoni.
11. Tackling Global Warming in the Ardèche Valley: Project Workshop Narrative, François Nowakowski.
12. Learning from Toulouse: Lessons from the Bioclimatic Houses of Jean-Pierre Cordier, Clément Gaillard.
13. The !MPACT Contest: An Opportunity for Architecture Students, Karibati.
Hassan Ait Haddou was Director of the Laboratoire innovation formes architectures milieux (LIFAM) between 2015 and 2021. He holds a Phd in Mathematics and an HD in Computer Science. He is a lecturer at the École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Montpellier (ENSAM), France, and his research focuses on modeling, simulation, optimization and decision support for architects and planners.
Dimitri Toubanos is an architect, urban planner and a doctor of architecture. He is a lecturer at ENSA Paris-Val de Seine, ENSA Paris-Belleville and Sciences Po, Paris, France. He is also a researcher at the EVCAU laboratory and an associate researcher at the LIAT laboratory. He is a leader of the scientific and educational network EnsaÉco, France.
Philippe Villien is an architect, urban planner and a doctor of architecture. He is a senior lecturer at ENSA Paris-Belleville and a researcher at the Institut Parisien de Recherche : Architecture, Urbanistique, Société (IPRAUS) and at Efficacity. He is also a leader of the scientific and educational network EnsaÉco, France.
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