Future Spaces is a two-year project that started in the fall of 2020 aiming to create a service concept for renovating buildings and their conditions into healthy and high-quality spaces that are also energy-efficient and respond to the challenges posed by climate change. The ambitious future vision insists high-level of cooperation between forerunner companies as well as research organizations. The Finnish project consortium consists of two research organizations and nine companies. The Engine for the project is Koja Oy.
Buildings coming into repair age hide a number of different indoor air quality problems, the repair of which requires extensive understanding and expertise. In addition, climate change and the overall carbon footprint review will bring new challenges to future renovation construction
- Challenges that can not be solved alone.
The real estate market needs a more straightforward and efficient way to implement renovation projects that ensure high-quality, healthy conditions and energy efficiency of the building and affects property value factors basing on scientific data.
- A solution that can not be built alone.
In the Future Spaces project, Ecosystem members work together to develop a new overall service concept to enable healthy, high-quality conditions through renovation taking into account environmental questions such as climate change and carbon footprint
- Conditions of the Future Spaces.
Future Spaces consortium
Budget of 3,7 million €
Two research organizations
Public research project
Four company-specific R&D projects
Moisture-proof sheath structures
Indoor air condition management
The effects of outdoor conditions on IAQ
Innovative service concept