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Andrea Jany, Thomas Höflehner, Bernhard Hohmann

TAB

Schrottenbachgasse 21b, Graz, Austria
TAB is an interdisciplinary collective for housing in Styria established by three researchers. Andrea Jany is an architect and senior researcher in the field of housing. She holds a doctoral degree in Architecture. Her main interest is in social sustainablity. Thomas Höflehner is a geographer and expert in Urban Labs. He holds a doctoral degree in Geography. Bernhard Hohmann is a doctoral candidate in Geography. His main interest is the sustainable energy transition in the housing sector.

Housing.Dialogue Styria


Communication - Analysis - Experiments for Housing in Styria.

Housing.Dialogue Styria


Communication - Analysis - Experiments for Housing in Styria.
A center of competence on the intersection of architects, decision-makers, science, the construction industry, and the users for housing in Styria.
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  • Systemic changes

Social structural change has led to changes in housing requierments of the last decades. Through the initiation of social learning processes, the further development of current forms of living is sought. Furthermore, new energy-efficient building concepts require a change in the behavior of residents to be on the one hand actually energy-efficient and on the other hand not to have a negative effect on the health of the residents. Social learning processes and awareness raising are important elements of sustainable development. The vision is to create liveable human-centered, sustainable and affordable housing for everyone by providing data, insights of housing needs, experiments, and concepts on an international scale for regional needs.
The Housing.Dialogue Styria is a face to face platform and sees itself as an interface between architects, decision-makers, science, the construction industry, and the users. It collects, informs, evaluates and develops sustainable housing concepts.

Housing.Dialogue Styria


Communication - Analysis - Experiments for Housing in Styria.

Housing.Dialogue Styria


Communication - Analysis - Experiments for Housing in Styria.
A center of competence on the intersection of architects, decision-makers, science, the construction industry, and the users for housing in Styria.
File under
Type of project
  • Systemic changes

Social structural change has led to changes in housing requierments of the last decades. Through the initiation of social learning processes, the further development of current forms of living is sought. Furthermore, new energy-efficient building concepts require a change in the behavior of residents to be on the one hand actually energy-efficient and on the other hand not to have a negative effect on the health of the residents. Social learning processes and awareness raising are important elements of sustainable development. The vision is to create liveable human-centered, sustainable and affordable housing for everyone by providing data, insights of housing needs, experiments, and concepts on an international scale for regional needs.
The Housing.Dialogue Styria is a face to face platform and sees itself as an interface between architects, decision-makers, science, the construction industry, and the users. It collects, informs, evaluates and develops sustainable housing concepts.


Idea by

Andrea Jany, Thomas Höflehner, Bernhard Hohmann
TAB
Schrottenbachgasse 21b
Graz
Austria
TAB is an interdisciplinary collective for housing in Styria established by three researchers. Andrea Jany is an architect and senior researcher in the field of housing. She holds a doctoral degree in Architecture. Her main interest is in social sustainablity. Thomas Höflehner is a geographer and expert in Urban Labs. He holds a doctoral degree in Geography. Bernhard Hohmann is a doctoral candidate in Geography. His main interest is the sustainable energy transition in the housing sector.