Dr Luciano Cardellicchio has been invited to participate at the International Symposium ‘Reversible Building Design’ held at the University of Twente in Maastricht from the 8th to the 10th of July.
The symposium will focus on the transformable buildings and the creation of the passports for tracing the construction materials. The event will be run by the research consortium named ‘Building As Material Bank’ (BAMB).
BAMB have been awarded with a Horizon 2020 fund in research and innovation. The research aims to improve the circularity of the construction industry introducing the reversibility of the buildings’ components as a key factor for the sustainable development of the built environment. More specifically the BAMB project aims to improve material value for recovery.