Wednesday, February 26, 2014


We always try to give our students a good start, within this semester we cooperate with the NSVV so it was easy to gather some experts about daylight to have a proper intro about the topic.

We had a wide but also deep program:

9:30 – 10:15      Truus Hordijk   (recap daylight in buildings, health effects ...)
10:15 – 11:00    Wouter Beck (rules of thumb, metrics, simulation, solar shading)
11:00 – 11:20    break
11:20 – 11.55    Jante Leupen    (daylight from an architectural point of view)
11:55 – 12:15    Marcel Bilow  (Bucky Lab)

In total it was a great morning, creating awareness and knowledge about the topic and a decent boost for the students.

Here some impressions from the classroom ...we had to move to the old Civil Engineering building, felt like sitting in a class again...

Tuesday, February 18, 2014


We work in a close relation with bout, therfore we would like to draw your attention to the following. We highly recommend to join Bout, also the next Bucky lab exkursion will be for free or lets say included.

Dear Bucky Lab students,
We are BouT, the student association of the master Building Technology. To learn more about us and our activities, visit
To kick off the new semester, we will have a drink in the Bouwpub on Wednesday February 19th 17.00 for all BouT members and new Bucky Lab students. This drink is a good way to get to know each other. To welcome you, the first 150 drinks are on us! And if you like, you can order a pizza until 18.00 (please bring 5 euro cash, if you want one).
We would like to ask you to become a member of BouT. For only €10,- we organise events, excursions, lectures, you get our magazine and more, throughout the whole year.
You can register HERE for BouT
Hope to see you all in the Bouwpub this Wednesday!

Monday, February 10, 2014


And here a nice overview of all the projects from the last semester in cooperation with Romazo.
A few are still missing but they will added as soon as they arrive. 


with 42 new students starting the new "daylight" semester we can say its a full house again ...curious to see which ideas will developed this semester !