ANCB
On Thursday 3 February, Experientia senior partner in charge of user experience design, Jan-Christoph Zoels, will speak at the TouchHouse. Smart living – Communicating surfaces workshop at the Aedes Network Campus Berlin (ANCB).

The opportunity mapping workshop, part of the ANCB Metropolitan Technologies Programme, focuses on the interface between building control, spatial and design implications, and energy efficiency, and will involve students from the fields of architecture, product design, graphic design, psychology, behavioural sciences, and sociology.

Jan-Christoph’s expert contribution will centre around Experientia’s recent work on advanced smart meter interfaces and behavioural change strategies for sustainable housing, as part of the Low2No project underway in Helsinki.

Carlos Alarcón, an architect from Sauerbruch Hutton, one of Experientia’s partners in the project will also be among the speakers at the workshop.

The objective of the workshop is to conceptualise and visualise innovative approaches for the further development of energy efficient, intelligent building control, as well as to examine its premises and consequences for architecture, urban space and human behaviour.