The research project helps Finnish architectural companies to implement the green transition by increasing commonality and seizing the opportunities brought by digitalization and service design applied to architecture, as well as visualising the design processes of public buildings and urban spaces.
The main goal is to look for collaborative digital solutions that promote the green transition in architectural and urban design practices. For it, the creation of a multiscale digital tool will enhance the design process by incorporating different stakeholders, allowing architectural and consultancy offices to develop new business models and skills.
Sustainable Growth Program for Finland. Funding from NextGenerationEU through the European Union's Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF).
Aalto University (Department of Architecture, Group X), Tampere University (Faculty of Built Environment, School of Architecture, SPREAD research group), Royal College of Art (Intelligent Mobility Design Centre), SmartViz, Muuan Oy, Arkkitehtitoimisto ALA Oy, Sitowise Oy, Lukkaroinen Arkkitehdit Oy, Olla Architecture.