Advanced Technologies for High-Performance Buildings

Community Event

Hosting Organization: 

Harvard University Graduate School of Design Executive Education

Event Date: 

Monday, February 7, 2022 to Friday, February 11, 2022








Until recently, buildings have been designed and constructed like passive monoliths, lacking a central nervous system to collect, process, and act on a multitude of sensory inputs. The potential for buildings to behave like living organisms reacting and adapting to their environments is now being realized through a variety of interconnected building technologies. The symbiosis between buildings and their occupants merges the occupants’ experience with the building’s automated reactions and accommodations, and this relationship can be greatly enhanced through advanced analytics and cyber-physical systems. 

This course explores how these data-driven systems make high-performance buildings more sustainable, healthy, and economically feasible, and gives attendees access to holistic strategies to apply to their own projects.

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