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Atmosph Ren Entwerfen

Author : Yacoub, Susanne Isabel
ISBN : 9783798327320
Genre : Architecture
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Städte wachsen und verändern sich. Neue Stadträume entstehen und bestehende Stadträume werden verändert. Von diesen Orten erwarten wir, dass sie nicht nur wichtige Funktionen übernehmen, sondern auch über besondere räumliche Qualitäten verfügen. Wie können diese räumlichen Qualitäten beschrieben und bewertet werden? Jürgen Weidinger, Professor für Landschaftsarchitektur an der Technischen Universität Berlin, beantwortet diese Frage durch die Auseinandersetzung mit dem Phänomen der Atmosphäre. Die räumliche Qualität städtischer Orte, wie Parks, Promenaden und Stadtplätze kann in dieser Weise gesteigert werden. Weidinger bietet eine Methode für das Entwerfen atmosphärischer Orte an. Dieser Ansatz kann auch dazu dienen, Entwurfsideen und realisierte Projekte zu bewerten. Im Sammelband äußern sich neben international tätigen Landschaftsarchitekten auch Autoren aus den Bereichen Umweltpsychologie, Theater-, Kunst und Literaturwissenschaft.
Category: Architecture

Sun Wind And Light Architectural Design Strategies

Author : Mark DeKay
ISBN : 9781118332887
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 22.52 MB
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An updated guide to designing buildings that heat with the sun, cool with the wind, and light with the sky. This fully updated Third Edition covers principles of designing buildings that use the sun for heating, wind for cooling, and daylight for natural lighting. Using hundreds of illustrations, this book offers practical strategies that give the designer the tools they need to make energy efficient buildings. Hundreds of illustrations and practical strategies give the designer the tools they need to make energy efficient buildings. Organized to quickly guide the designer in making buildings respond to the sun, wind and light.
Category: Architecture

Passive Design It S A Natural

Author : National Passive/Hybrid Heating and Cooling Program (U.S.)
ISBN : MINN:31951D00270402F
Genre : Solar energy
File Size : 58.50 MB
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Category: Solar energy

Fassaden Atlas

Author : Thomas Herzog
ISBN : 9783034614573
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 75.29 MB
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Das Buch bietet eine Übersicht über die Anforderungen, die unterschiedliche Gebäudetypen und Nutzungen an die Fassade stellen, sowie über die wichtigsten Materialien von Naturstein bis Kunststoff und dokumentiert die unterschiedlichsten Konstruktionsformen für ein breites Spektrum an Gebäudetypen.
Category: Architecture

Going Solar

Author : Nancy Carlisle
ISBN : MINN:30000010515900
Genre : Architecture and energy conservation
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Category: Architecture and energy conservation

Handbuch Der Klimatologie

Author : Julius F von Hann
ISBN : 9783864445828
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Julius von Hann war Begründer der modernen Meteorologie. Seine dreibändige Reihe erschien ursprünglich 1908 und wird hier in zwei Teilen veröffentlicht. Im zweiten Teil ist der Band 3: Klima der gemäßigten Zonen und der Polarzonen enthalten.
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High Performance Building

Author : Vidar Lerum
ISBN : 9780471775355
Genre : Architecture
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What really makes a high-performance, energy-efficient building? "Sustainable design is about developing buildings and urban spaces that are tuned to their context. . . . Any building that carries claims to be recognized as 'great architecture' should also qualify as a high-performance building." -From High-Performance Building How do we judge the success of a sustainable building? We shouldn't just reward good intentions based on the building design, argues Vidar Lerum in High- Performance Building; we must look at the evidence of the actual performance of architectural objects "as built." High-Performance Building gives architects a practical guide to excellent, sustainable design, showing how to analyze and evaluate the buildings "as built." Taking a hands-on view of sustainability, the author provides designers with specific benchmarks for high performance and energy efficiency. Utilizing the latest methods for analysis of climate responsive design, he asks: * Where does a building that claims to be "green" or "sustainable" check in on a scale relative to benchmark buildings of the same type? * How does the building contribute to a sustainable development in its demand for energy and natural materials? * Does the building provide a high level of thermal comfort to its users? To illustrate, Lerum takes the reader on an on-site tour of seven buildings around the world that exemplify these standards. Ranging from the west coast of Greenland to the Sonoran Desert, the buildings are examined as physical, built objects. For additional perspectives, the author interviews the architects and speaks with engineers, owners, and users. At the sites, something unexpected often shows up. The author's work reveals unknown or hidden features, characteristics, or details. By understanding what works and what does not in notable buildings around the world, High-Performance Building enables architects to discover the challenges and opportunities in their own designs, whether simple residences or large commercial structures.
Category: Architecture

Urban Microclimate

Author : Evyatar Erell
ISBN : 9781136539428
Genre : Architecture
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The quality of life of millions of people living in cities could be improved if the form of the city were to evolve in a manner appropriate to its climatic context. Climatically responsive urban design is vital to any notion of sustainability: it enables individual buildings to make use of renewable energy sources for passive heating and cooling, it enhances pedestrian comfort and activity in outdoor spaces, and it may even encourage city dwellers to moderate their dependence on private vehicles. Urban Microclimate bridges the gap between climatology research and applied urban design. It provides architects and urban design professionals with an understanding of how the structure of the built environment at all scales affects microclimatic conditions in the space between buildings, and analyzes the interaction between microclimate and each of the elements of the urban landscape. In the first two sections of the book, the extensive body of work on this subject by climatologists and geographers is presented in the language of architecture and planning professionals. The third section follows each step in the design process, and in part four a critical analysis of selected case study projects provides a demonstration of the complexity of applied urban design. Practitioners will find in this book a useful guide to consult, as they address these key environmental issues in their own work.
Category: Architecture