The environmental quality of buildings is an opportunity and,at the same time, a challenge for architects. On the one hand, it gives them a chance to make ‘sustainability’ part of the overall objective of architectural quality; on the other hand, it requires them to acquire new knowledge and competences in a context characterised by economic difficulties and the repositioning of many actors in construction. It is also a challenge for architect training, which has to respond to contemporary issues.
Paul Kalck, How they became eco-friendly architects in Training and employment n° 120 (November-December 2015). – 4 p