253.E52 Earth Building Practice Workshop Practical building with clay
This course is in all assigned curricula part of the STEOP.
This course is in at least 1 assigned curriculum part of the STEOP.

2021S, VU, 2.0h, 3.0EC, to be held in blocked form

Properties

  • Semester hours: 2.0
  • Credits: 3.0
  • Type: VU Lecture and Exercise
  • Format: Distance Learning

Learning outcomes

After successful completion of the course, students are able to use the sustainable building material loam in different contexts (new construction, renovation of existing buildings). The constructions and component structures suitable for boundary conditions for Lower Austria, such as the regional climate and the typical regional building traditions, are known, and the ecological advantages of loam construction can also be described and implemented technologically.


Subject of course

EARTH-BUILDING-WORKSHOP with EXPERTS

In the summer semester this clay building workshop takes place in the museum village Niedersulz:

Beginning of June (overnight stay in a favorable district on the spot, costs accomodation approx. € 85)

with Roland Meingast, DI Feigelstorfer, Prof. DI Dr. med. Ottner (BOKU), Karin Stieldorf

All earth building techniques are learned.

Excursion to projects in the environment and in the Czech Republic.

More details of the organisation will be announced in time via TISS.

General content:

As a supplement to the conventional energetic optimization of buildings in the field of renovation, a focus should be placed on the aspect of the choice of materials. In addition to resource efficiency, the focus is also on primary energy requirements during production and different disposal scenarios. These ecological evaluation criteria serve as a theoretical basis for the demonstration of selected thermal renovation concepts, which are presented in detail on the basis of realized as well as currently planned projects. The use of renewable building materials such as wood, straw, hemp, flax or even reed is based on the theoretical content based practice-oriented and made understandable with the important for the basic understanding cross-references to building physics and ecology.

In addition to the thermal insulation of exterior walls by means of exterior and interior insulation, redevelopment solutions for roof, top floor ceiling, floor slab and foundation area are presented. Also shown are positive examples of renovation of windows and doors as well as surfaces such as plasters and paints.

Execution instructions and detailed solutions (connection of ceiling, window, perimeter zone, etc.) complete the presentation of the individual component constructions and enable optimal applicability in further planning practice.

Lectures and practical work with clay

Program of the TU-Internship

Day 1: Introduction to the museum village, clay construction site introduction, material and tool science

histor. Lehmbautechniken (for preparation see the film "Lehmbau Praktikum 2017" at: http://lehmbau.boku.ac.at/film-literatur-links/), geology and raw material (possibly on Tuesday)

Day 2: Test methods of the raw material on the construction site, introduction to plastering techniques, work on the wicker fence

Day 3: Massive clay building techniques, ramming clay soil, overview of clay building literature

Introduction Lehmbaudokumentation and Lehmbaukataster (Downloadlink: http://lehmbau.boku.ac.at/citizen-science/)

Day 4: clay building workshop in Straznice (Czech Republic)

Day 5: Earthwork workshop in Poysdorf: "Repair - Architecture of the cellar lane" (Program available for download at: http://lehmbau.boku.ac.at/fortbildung/)


Teaching methods

Lectures and practical work with clay

Program of the TU-Internship

Day 1: Introduction to the museum village, clay construction site introduction, material and tool science

histor. Lehmbautechniken (for preparation see the film "Lehmbau Praktikum 2017" at: http://lehmbau.boku.ac.at/film-literatur-links/), geology and raw material (possibly on Tuesday)

Day 2: Test methods of the raw material on the construction site, introduction to plastering techniques, work on the wicker fence

Day 3: Massive clay building techniques, ramming clay soil, overview of clay building literature

Introduction Lehmbaudokumentation and Lehmbaukataster (Downloadlink: http://lehmbau.boku.ac.at/citizen-science/)

Day 4: clay building workshop in Straznice (Czech Republic)

Day 5: Earthwork workshop in Poysdorf: "Repair - Architecture of the cellar lane" (Program available for download at: http://lehmbau.boku.ac.at/fortbildung/)

Mode of examination

Written and oral

Lecturers

Institute

Course dates

DayTimeDateLocationDescription
09:00 - 17:0007.06.2021 - 11.06.2021 Museum Villag NiedersulzEarth-building Workshop at Museum Village Niedersulz
Earth Building Practice Workshop Practical building with clay - Single appointments
DayDateTimeLocationDescription
Mon07.06.202109:00 - 17:00 Museum Villag NiedersulzEarth-building Workshop at Museum Village Niedersulz
Tue08.06.202109:00 - 17:00 Museum Villag NiedersulzEarth-building Workshop at Museum Village Niedersulz
Wed09.06.202109:00 - 17:00 Museum Villag NiedersulzEarth-building Workshop at Museum Village Niedersulz
Thu10.06.202109:00 - 17:00 Museum Villag NiedersulzEarth-building Workshop at Museum Village Niedersulz
Fri11.06.202109:00 - 17:00 Museum Villag NiedersulzEarth-building Workshop at Museum Village Niedersulz
Course is held blocked

Examination modalities

participation

practical work

Essay and documentation

Course registration

Begin End Deregistration end
27.05.2021 17:00 27.05.2021 20:00 27.05.2021 20:00

Precondition

The student has to be enrolled for at least one of the studies listed below

Curricula

Study CodeSemesterPrecon.Info
066 443 Architecture

Literature

No lecture notes are available.

Miscellaneous

  • Attendance Required!

Language

German