Event presentations SBE19 Brussels – BAMB-CIRCPATH

Event presentations from “Buildings As Materials Banks – a pathway for a circular future” (SBE19 Brussels – BAMB-CIRCPATH) that was held in Brussels from the 06th to the 07th of February 2019.


SBE19-Brussels-Keynote by Luisa Cabeza

SBE19-Brussels-Keynote by Steven Beckers

SBE19-Brussels-Keynote by Thomas Luetzkendorf



SBE19-Brussels – A workflow for retrofitting façade systems for daylight, comfortable and energy efficient buildings

SBE19-Brussels – Circular economy and regeneration of building stock

SBE19-Brussels – Comparing life cycle assessment modelling of linear vs. circular building components

SBE19-Brussels – Use of seagrass fibres in adobe bricks


SBE19-Brussels- REBUILD – Regenerative Buildings and Construction systems for a circular economy

SBE19-Brussels- Upcycling and Design for Disassembly – LCA of buildings employing circular design strategies

SBE19-Brussels_The Importance of CIM for Cities’ Sustainability

SBE19-Brussels-A BIM-based Theoretical Framework

SBE19-Brussels-A greenhouse that reduces greenhouse effect

SBE19-Brussels-A new evaluation method for the end-of-life phase of buildings

SBE19-Brussels-A Preliminary Case Study on Circular Economy in

SBE19-Brussels-Adaptable skin systems-presentation

SBE19-Brussels-Barriers and opportunities to reuse of building materials in the Norwegian construction sector

SBE19-Brussels-Building circular in Brussels an overview through 14 inspiring projects

SBE19-Brussels-Can Material Passports lower financial barriers for structural steel re-use

SBE19-Brussels-Circular (de)construction in the Superlocal project

SBE19-Brussels-City as Material Bank – Constructing with Reuse in Musicon, Roskilde

SBE19-Brussels-Comparative Life-Cycle Analysis of Building Materials

SBE19-Brussels-Concept for a BIM-based Material Passport for buildings

SBE19-Brussels-Cradle to Cradle and Whole-life Carbon assessment – Barriers and opportunities towards a circular economic building sector

SBE19-Brussels-Decarbonizing the cement and concrete sector

SBE19-Brussels-Energy and carbon balance of materials used in a building envelope renovation

SBE19-Brussels-Energy retrofit scenarios material flows and circularity

SBE19-Brussels-Environmental assessment of the Urban Mining and Recycling (UMAR) unit by applying the LCA framework

SBE19-Brussels-Estimation of building waste flows and adequacy with resources

SBE19-Brussels-Existing databases as means to explore the potential of the building stock as material bank

SBE19-Brussels-Financial Assessment of Material Reuse in Building Products

SBE19-Brussels-Fixotek Implementing and Testing Urban Reuse and Repair Centers in Sweden

SBE19-Brussels-From Temporary to Permanent; A Circular Approach for Post-disaster Housing Reconstruction

SBE19-Brussels-How close is the Built Environment to achieving circularity

SBE19-Brussels-IBIM and Circular design

SBE19-Brussels-Implementation of City Information Modeling (CIM) concepts in the process of management of the sewage system

SBE19-Brussels-Incompatible trends – Hazardous Chemical Usage in Building Products Poses Challenges for Functional Circular Construction

SBE19-Brussels-It’s all about planning – pre-demolition audits to inform public calls for tender for enhanced resource management of building materials from deconstruction

SBE19-Brussels-Market analysis of recycled sands and aggregates in North-West Europe

SBE19-Brussels-Measuring reuse potential and waste creation of wooden façades

SBE19-Brussels-Rebeauty – Artistic Strategies for Repurposing Material Components

SBE19-Brussels-Reuse of resources in the use phase of buildings. Solutions for water

SBE19-Brussels-Superuse and upcycling through design approaches and tools

SBE19-Brussels-The role of resource efficiency towards circular economy

SBE19-Brussels-Why invest in a reversible building design