This criterion is aimed at making the building's design as flexible as possible and creating the greatest possible potential for conversion.
The ease with which a building can be adapted to changing requirements helps raise user satisfaction; it can prolong the building's service life and lower costs incurred throughout its life cycle. Flexibility and adaptability reduce the risk of vacancy and can contribute to buildings long-term economic success.
|CONTRIBUTION TO THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS (SDGS) OF THE UNITED NATIONS (UN)||CONTRIBUTION TO THE GERMAN SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGY|
|11.3 Participatory, integrated, sustainable settlement planning||11.1.a/c Land use|
8.4 Global resource efficiency and decoupling economic growth
12.2 Use of natural resources
12.5 Reducing and eliminating waste
7.1.a/b Resource conservation
8.1 Resource conservation
Technical building services
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