Koka dienas 2020/2021

Koka dienas 2020/2021

Profesionāli vērtīgi
vebināri nozarei

2020. gada Koka dienas atgriežas 2021. gadā ar vebināru sēriju, kas noslēgsies ar konferenci “Koka būvniecība Latvijā - izaicinājumi un iespējas”, kuru palīdzam rīkot laikrakstam Dienas Bizness.

Pasākumu kalendārs

3. martā
13.00-15.00

Horizontālu koka virsmu aizsardzība pret nokrišņu iedarbību būvniecības laikā

Jānis Vanags, būvinženieris, inženieru komandas vadītājs firmā SIGA (Rusvila, Šveice)

Vebināra saturs:
– Aktuālā situācija un problēmas ar koka konstrukciju nokrišņu aizsardzību
– Normatīvā bāze
– Vertikālās un horizontālās virsmas
– Kapilaritātes ietekme uz aizsardzības risinājumiem
– SIGA Wetguard tehniskās īpašības
– References projekti
– Jautājumi un atbildes, diskusija

5. martā
15.00-17.30

Četras aktuālas lielu koka ēku arhitektūras un konstruktīvo risinājumu tēmas jeb latviešu būvinženiera pieredze Norvēģijā

Aivars Vilguts, būvinženieris firmā Oslotre (Oslo, Norvēģija); doktorants Norvēģijas Dabaszinātņu un tehnoloģiju universitātē (NTNU) Trondheimā

Aivars ir ieguvis Rīgas Tehniskās Universitātes Būvniecības fakultātes bakalaura un maģistra grādus būvniecības zinātnē. Līdz 2016. gadam strādājis par būvinženieri ar padziļinātu ievirzi koka ēku projektēšanā. No 2016. gada ir Norvēģijas Dabaszinātņu un tehnoloģiju universitātes doktorants projektā "WOODSOL", veicis pētījumus koka augstceltņu projektēšanā. Dokorantūras laikā izveidojis nepieciešamā stinguma un stiprības savienojumus koka daudzstāvu ēkām ar lieliem laidumiem. Šobrīd strādā par galveno būvinženieri uzņēmumā Oslotre AS, kura specializācija ir koka konstrukciju projektēšana un būvniecība.

Vebināra saturs:
– Koka arhitektūras un būvniecības iespējas 21. gadsimtā.
– Koka konstrukcijas, to iespējas un attīstība, kā arī trūkumi
– Nesošās konstrukcijas no koka - dažādu arhitektonisku risinājumu īstenošanai
– Liellaiduma koka konstrukcijas un pētniecības projekts WOODSOL
– Divi koka augstbūvju projekti - DR13, deviņu stāvu jaunbūve ar četru stāvu virsbūvi Oslo centrā, un Valle Wood biroju ēka
– Jautājumi un atbildes, diskusija

13. martā
9.00-10.30

Koka būvkooperatīvi. Kooperatīvā dzīvokļu būvniecība no masīvkoka

Maikls Ilaiasons (Michael Eliason), Sietla, ASV

Aktīvists un arhitekts, sertificēts pasīvo ēku projektētājs, masīvkoka, sociālās būvniecības un cilvēkiem draudzīgu pilsētu entuziasts. Strādājis Vācijā un ASV ar dažāda mēroga pasīvo ēku un koka projektiem. Šobrīd ir projektu vadītājs un arhitekts birojā Patano Studio Architecture Sietlā. Raksta tādiem tīmekļa resursiem kā Crosscut, Green Building Advisor, the Urbanist, City Observatory, Sightline Institute, Treehugger, un Publicola.

Vebinārā tiks aplūkoti vairāki būvkooperatīvu (Baugruppen) iniciēti pasīvo daudzdzīvokļu ēku projekti masīvkoka konstrukcijā, kā arī viens šāds projekts, kuru Maikls ir iniciējis un vada Sietlā. Diskusijā pārrunāsim būvkooperatīvu veidošanas problemātiku. Vai tie varētu būt risinājums, kā jaunām ģimenēm tikt pie kvalitatīva mājokļa par samērīgu cenu arī Latvijā?

Vebinārs notiks angļu valodā.

22. martā
16.00-17.30

Koka būvniecība un aprites ekonomika. Koka materiālu atkārtota izmantošana un dizains izjaukšanai

Marija Katrīna Dambe (Rīga, Latvija) un Florians Betats (Leipciga, Vācija)

Vebinārs ar NOMAD Architects – Florianu Betatu un Mariju Katrīnu Dambi, kuri arhitektūras maģistra izglītību ieguvuši NTNU Trondheimā, un šobrīd daudz strādā ar arhitektūru aprites ekonomikas kontekstā.

23. martā
9.00-15.30

Koka būvniecība Latvijā – attīstības iespējas un izaicinājumi

Konferenci organizē Dienas Bizness sadarbībā ar Koka dienām

7. aprīlī
15.00-16.30

Egnahemsfabriken – our factory for communal self building

Erik Berg, architect and self-bulder, Sweden

Erik is a Swedish self-builder and an educated architect, partner of a studio in Gothenburg called Inobi. Professionally, he focuses on the development of eco-villages and projects with good “social metabolism” and resilience. He divides his time between Inobi and Egnahemsfabriken , where I am co-chair and project manager together with Tinna Harling, as well as other non-profit commitments at local and national level. He has been an activist in democratic co-building since 2004, now being a member of the board of the Swedish Association of Building Communities.

Egnahemsfabriken Tjörn is an innovation project in collaboration between civil society, business and the municipality of Tjörn with the goal of creating more ways for more people to own homes,and establishing a cross-disciplinary meeting place around construction and design on Tjörn.

Erik Berg. Presentation abstract

I will describe the philosophy and practices followed at Egnahemsfabriken, and show you a bit about what we’re doing – and why – in terms of organizing modern self-building in a professional way, as well as running community projects, educating how to work with different materials. We are distributing power and building bridges between groups through the creation of common interests. We want housing needs to be a collective issue on the local level, and not merely an individual problem for the individual person in isolation.

I’d also like to take the opportunity to draw attention to the connections between the way we go about building stuff in a society and the different types of social and local development that results from these different approaches.  If a society fails to nourish a living ”building culture”, or as it is often called recently, the Baukultur – rooted in a common and widespread knowledge among the people in general, and instead try to make building more “industrialized”, then all efforts of preservation of historical buildings of all sizes will be fighting an uphill battle. There is a deep connection running between who builds and what get’s built, and where.

Moving on to the topic of ”organized building communities” - groups of people coming together to act as developers of their housing - I will give the audience some insight into the development of building communities and cooperative building in Sweden today: where we stand, what is happening and what is going on in the local and national levels.

Finally, we’re currently working nationally on establishing and making visible the connections between different but similar phenomena (building communities, organized self building, co-living and local community development), as they are in reality different strands of a similar philosophy. This is what is more and more often in Sweden referred to as social building.

Vebinārs notiks angļu valodā.

9. aprīlī
15.00-17.00

Webinar with the Centre of Rural Architecture, Estonian Open Air Museum

Rasmus Kask, director of Center for Rural Architecture of Estonain Open-Air Museum

Rasmus Kask is the director of Center for Rural Architecture, a department of Estonian Open-Air Museum since the start of 2020. Before that, he was a researcher in the same organization focusing on the theories of heritage value and vernacular architecture, but also conservation and renovation of traditional kiln-drying furnaces and member of renovation consultant network. He has participated in several applied studies on the values of built-heritage (Lahemaa National Park, Vilsandi National Park, Soomaa National Park, island of Kihnu). Currently he is a doctoral student of Tallinn University, writing on the theme of wooden built heritage discourse and heritage protection practices of Estonia.

Elo Lutsepp, senior project manager of the Centre of Rural Architecture at Estonian Open Air Museum

Elo Lutsepp is the senior project manager of the Centre of Rural Architecture at Estonian Open Air Museum. She was the head of the centre at 2007-2019. One of her main responsibilities is to cordinate the Network of Heritage Construction Consultants. Her background is the history of architecture. She is a member of ICOMOS and the International Scientific Committee on Vernacular Architecture. Her professional interest is rural architecture and social-economic situation in 1920-1940.

Rasmus Kask. Presentation abstract

There are various competing definitions of heritage that lead to different focus and types of action of safeguarding. Some claim that as the historical value of the building resides within the materials, constructs and details, then rigorous oversight of conservation practices is the way to go. Some claim that as the owners of heritage objects are private citizens, then their awareness and willingness to maintain their property through granting specialist consultations and financial support is the key to safeguarding. A third, holistic view, is to see heritage not as a task of maintaining single built objects or areas, but to think of the complex network of relations that supports the upholding and transmission of values, knowledge and skills of the past. Heritage is thus seen not as „thing“ or a collection of „things“, but a process. After all – for example –, no amount of finances invested in awareness of house-owners is going to help safeguarding heritage, if the population decline in rural areas will lead to weaker local governments and overall degradation of quality of life, forcing more and more people to migrate to urban areas. So the question remains, how to identify key areas that would best serve the purpose and how to define it in the paradigm of holistic heritage? Presentation is based on a collection of preliminary thoughts and is meant as an open-ended discussion rather than a unified theory coupled with a certain course of action.

Elo Lutsepp. Presentation Abstract

During the past ten years the Estonian Open Air Museum has assembled active master builders as cooperation partners. These people are actively working in the field of traditional building either in non-governmental organizations or as entrepreneurs. The museum acts as a mediator, bringing together house owners from different parts of Estonia and their closest regional counsellors. The national network of advisors that consists of experts and specialists from more than 20 organisations was initiated by the Centre of Rural Architecture of Estonian Open Air Museum. The aim of the network is to offer the owners of vernacular (rural) buildings consulting service when they choose to renovate the building(s). At the same time the network give a chance to train less experienced specialists.

On March 13, 2020, a state of emergency was declared in Estonia due to COVID-19 pandemic. Movement restrictions and remote work possibilities motivated many Estonians to leave the urban environment for their country houses, which had mostly been used seasonally. While cultural institutions and shopping centers closed their doors, large construction supply stores remained open. People suddenly had more time for family and home. Renovation projects that had up until now been postponed, suddenly became feasible. Clear evidence of this was the fact the number of counselling requests on social media platforms gradually grew. While large construction companies found themselves in difficulties, small companies, focused specifically on renovation work, were insured with work for a few years to come. And the need of good advise has been tripled since 2019.

Vebinārs notiks angļu valodā.

14.-16. aprīlī

2. Baltijas koka būvniecības forums – 2nd Forum Wood Building Baltic

Forums norisināsies angļu valodā. Tā pasākumi notiks katru dienu no plkst. 9.00 līdz 16.00 un būs sadalīti tematiskajos blokos. Diena iesāksies ar tīklošanas pasākumu un uzņēmumu prezentācijām, bet lektoru prezentācijas notiks no plkst. 10.00 līdz 15.00. Katras dienas noslēgumā plānota diskusija ar lektoriem. Koka būvniecības veicināšanu daudzās Eiropas valstīs atbalsta starptautiska organizācija un informatīvā platforma «Holzbau Forum». Lai uzzinātu jaunākās tendences un sasniegumus koka būvniecībā, notiek konferences, izstādes un dažādu nozaru pārstāvju tikšanās notiek, kā arī tematiskie forumi un atsevišķu valstu vai valstu grupu forumi.

14. aprīlī foruma galvenais temats būs klimata neitralitāte un citas Eiropas līmeņa aktualitātes, 15. aprīlī tiks prezentēti Latvijas un citu valstu koka konstrukciju projekti, savukārt 16. aprīlī varēs iepazīties ar pētījumiem par koka būvniecību.

Baltijas koka būvniecības forumu Latvijā organizē RTU sadarbībā ar «Holzbau Forum» un Tallinas Tehnisko universitāti (Tallinn University of Technology), Latvijas Arhitektu savienību, Latvijas Būvinženieru savienību, Latvijas Būvkonstrukciju projektētāju asociāciju, Meža un koksnes produktu pētniecības un attīstības institūtu, Latvijas Koka būvniecības klasteri, biedrību «Zaļās mājas» un «Koka dienām», kā arī ar Ziemeļvalstu Ministru padomes biroju.

Forumam jāpiesakās, aizpildot reģistrācijas anketu vietnē forumwoodbuilding.rtu.lv. Pirmie 300 reģistrētie dalībnieki saņems 100% dalības maksas atlaidi, pārējiem dalības maksa par visām trim dienām – 210 EUR.

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