The National Stage of the Saint-Gobain’s Multi Comfort Student Contest Is Finished at the University of Maribor
On Friday, 12 April 2019, the national stage of the Saint-Gobain’s Multi Comfort Student Contest was held at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Transport and Architecture of the University of Maribor. The national stage of the contest was first held with the support of the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Transport and Architecture of the University of Maribor.
The project manager was Prof. Dr. Vesna Žegarac Leskovar who acted in collaboration with Prof. Dr. Miroslav Premrovom, visiting professor Werner Nussmuler and Prof. Dr. Metko Sitar. Assistants Maja Žigart and Nataša Šprah also participated in the implementation of the project.
As part of the subjects Studio – Sustainable Building and Sustainable Building Design Concepts, students developed design solutions for the improvement of the north-eastern part of Milan near the Crescenzago metro station in accordance with the Saint-Gobain’s Multi Comfort criteria for sustainable development and energy efficiency, as well as came with innovative ideas about the future of this part of the city based on the regional context.
Following the results of the contest, the jury awarded three winners and chose the best project, which will present Slovenia at the international Saint-Gobain’s Multi Comfort Student Contest, which will be held from 5 to 8 June 2019 in Milan. CITTA BIANCA – Clear to Feel (authors – Sanja Špindler and Ivana Vuković) became the winning project.
It should be added that for the 15th year in a row, the international contest for students from the Architecture and Civil Engineering study programmes has been held under the auspices of the Saint-Gobain Group, which this year has been joined by the Milan municipality. The contest is held in two stages – the national stage (April 2019) and the international stage (June 2019). Within its framework, 2,200 students from 28 countries are provided with an excellent practical opportunity to develop a specific project using sustainable solutions from the Saint-Gobain Group.