On the invitation of the Polish Association of Architects (Stowarzyszenie Architektów Polskich – SARP) Hanna Szemző held a lecture on June 6th, 2016 in Warsaw about the market potential of collective self organized housing in the post-crisis Europe, and its influence on sustainable urban development in various European cities.
The Warsaw branch of the Architects’ Association organised a seminar called “Energy-efficient Architecture in Europe”. The two main speakers at the event were Andrzej Rajkiewicz, vice president of the National Energy Conservation Agency, and Hanna Szemző, researcher of Metropolitan Research Institute. In her presentation, Szemző utilized the findings of EU FP7 funded PROFICIENT project: she focused on Collective Self-Organised building, resulting in sustainable and energy efficient collective housing; and gave an overview of existing good practices.
The slides of her presentation are available here.
More information on PROFICIENT is available on the project’s website.