The RESTORE Action will affect a paradigm shift towards restorative sustainability for new and existing buildings, promoting forward thinking and multidisciplinary knowledge, leading to solutions that celebrate the richness of design creativity while enhancing users’ experience, health and wellbeing inside and outside buildings, in harmony with urban ecosystems, reconnecting users to nature. The COST proposal will advocate, mentor and influence for a restorative built environment sustainability through work groups, training schools (including learning design competitions) and Short Term Scientific Missions (STSMs).
Partner institutions: 120 members from 37 countries. Carlo Battisti (Chair of the Action), Eurac Research, Italy and Martin Brown (Vice Chair of the Action), Fairsnape, United Kingdom.
CinTurs researcher(s): Thomas Panagopoulos (UAlg Delegate)
Funding institution(s): EU Framework Programme Horizon 2020
Period: 2016 - 2021