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66 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.
  • Aufgabenstellung und Zieldefinition
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  • Begriffsdefinition
  • Nachhaltigkeit
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  • Indikatoren sozialer Nachhaltigkeit
  • Nachhaltiges Bauen
  • Kommentar
  • Smart Studies : Leitfaden
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  • Eingliederung in den Projektablauf
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Green Library
207 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), plans (chiefly col.).
136 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm.
In the 21st century, architects and engineers are being challenged to produce work that is concurrently sustainable and resilient. Buildings need to mitigate their impact on climate change by minimising their carbon footprint, while also countering the challenging new weather conditions. Globally, severe storms, extreme droughts and rising sea levels are becoming an increasingly reoccurring feature. To respond, a design process is required that seeks to integrate resiliency by building in the capacity to absorb the impacts of these disruptive events and adapt over time to further changes, while simultaneously being part of the solution to the problem itself. This issue of AD is guest-edited by the interdisciplinary team at Stevens Institute of Technology who developed the winning entry for the 2015 US Department of Energy Solar Decathlon competition, the SU+RE House. While particular focus is paid to this student designed and built prototype home, the publication also provides a broader discussion of the value of design-build as a model for tackling the issue of integrating sustainability and resilience, and what changes are required across education, policy, practice and industry for widespread implementation. Contributors include: Bronwyn Barry, Michael Bruno, Alex Carpenter, Adam Cohen, Ann Holtzman, Ken Levenson, Brady Peters, Terri Peters, Karin Stieldorf, Alex Washburn, Claire Weisz, and Graham Wright. Featured architects: 3XN/GXN, FXFOWLE Architects, Local Office Landscape Architecture (LOLA), Lateral Office, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM), Snohetta, Structures Design Build, and WXY Studio.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119379515 20180306
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
1 online resource (226 pages) : illustrations, photographs
Following the huge success of Material Revolution, this second volume addresses the rapid development of material research and presents materials new to the market since 2010. The new volume contains a similar system of classification but covers a completely different range of materials.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783038210023 20160618
145 p.
xx, 340 pages : ill. ; 20 cm
  • Part 1 From Theory to Practice of Sustainability 1 The Theory and Science of Sustainability 2 Legislation and Regulations in Europe Essay Natural Capital the New Economics? Part 2 Measuring Sustainability 3 Measuring Success at the Building Scale Part C Resources For Construction 4 Energy 5 Water 6 Materials and Waste Part 3 Design For Sustainability 7 Design for a Changing Climate 8 Sustainable Buildings are Healthy Buildings 9 Sustainable Design in Practice Innovation, Tools and Methods 10 Design Options for Sustainability 11 Sustainability and Urban Design Communities and Cities 12. Epilogue - Sustainability at the Cutting Edge.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781859465073 20160613
This latest edition of 'Rough Guide to Sustainability' remains a simple, no-nonsense reference source for all students and practitioners of sustainability in the built environment. It sets out the broad environmental, professional and governmental context underlying sustainability principles, and outlines the science, measures and design solutions that must be adopted to meet current definitions of responsible architecture. The fourth edition covers the latest developments in a rapidly expanding sector. It offers a wider international scope than ever before, and includes new information on the role of BIM in sustainable design, assessment tools and techniques, and the RIBA Plan of Work 2013. Brand new material also discusses the impact of the latest legislative, social and technological developments. Now in full colour and extensively illustrated throughout, this guide is essential reading for design and built environment students and professionals - and anyone keen to cut through to the facts about sustainability.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781859465073 20160613
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
416 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 26 cm.
Sustainability gone chic. Building a better future for our planet. Green architecture used to be on the fringes, but it has gone mainstream and this new volume shows, how, why, and where. This is not a technical handbook, but rather a guided tour from one end of the globe to another where sustainability has not only gone chic, but has become indispensible. Solar panels and double glazing to the rescue - the energy bill is going down! As always in the "Architecture Now" books, you can discover the latest realizations of "stars" like Peter Zumthor and Bernard Tschumi, but also catch up on the rising new generation of architects, from Korea to Vietnam, from Los Angeles to Berlin. "Green Architecture Now! 2" is the only place where a tunnel of flower pots by Olafur Eliasson and a Waste to Energy plant with a ski slope on top by BIG come together with a bang. This is no ordinary architecture book - it is an up-to-the-minute, irreverent survey of something we all care about: how to save the planet and build a greener future. Forget about categories and certainties, find out how sustainability can be fun!.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783836535892 20160615
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
xii, 689 p. : ill. (some col.), maps, plans ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction 1. Healthy Buildings 2. Conservation and Efficiency 3. Ecocycles 4. Place Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781844078332 20160528
"The Whole Building Handbook" is a compendium of all the issues and strategies that architects need to understand to design and construct sustainable buildings for a sustainable society. The authors move beyond the current definition of sustainability in architecture, which tends to focus on energy-efficiency, to include guidance for architecture that promotes social cohesion, personal health, renewable energy sources, water and waste recycling systems, permaculture, energy conservation - and crucially, buildings in relation to their place. The authors offer a holistic approach to sustainable architecture and authoritative technical advice, on: how to design and construct healthy buildings, through choosing suitable materials, healthy service systems, and designing a healthy and comfortable indoor climate, including solutions for avoiding problems with moisture, radon and noise as well as how to facilitate cleaning and maintenance; how to design and construct buildings that use resources efficiently, where heating and cooling needs and electricity use is minimized and water-saving technologies and garbage recycling technologies are used; and, how to 'close' organic waste, sewage, heat and energy cycles. For example, how to design a sewage system that recycles nutrients. This book includes a section on adaptation of buildings to local conditions, looking at how a site must be studied with respect to nature, climate and community structure as well as human activities. The result is a comprehensive, thoroughly illustrated and carefully structured textbook and reference.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781844078332 20160528
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
xiii, 218 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. (some col.), maps, plans ; 25 cm.
  • Preface.Introduction.CHAPTER ONE: CURRENT BACKGROUND Dialectical Process - Vehicle of Change - Local Agenda 21 - Energy and Environment as a Driver for Change - Conclusion.CHAPTER TWO: PROBLEMS AND RESOLUTIONS Kyoto Climate Treaty and Bonn Agreement - Initiatives Toward Energy Efficiency - The Ecological Tax Reform (E.T.R) - Unequal Distribution of Wealth and Social Inequality - Environmental Assessment - Globalisation - Biodiversity - Urban Megalopolis - The City - Conclusion.CHAPTER THREE: FOUR PREMISES Interconnectedness - Limits to Growth - Energy-Interaction of Architecture and the Environment - An Environmental Aesthetic - Conclusion.CHAPTER FOUR: A FRAMEWORK OF ASSESSMENT. Master Plan - Indicators - Interconnectedness - Methodology - The Assessment and its Use - The Application of the Assessment - The Case Studies.CHAPTER FIVE: CASE STUDY: SAN GIMIGNANO, ITALY. Introduction - Stage 1 Observational Studies - Stage 2 Indicator Assesments - Stage 3 Capability Assessment - Stage 4 Determining.CHAPTER SIX: CASE STUDY: LUDLOW, UK. Introduction - Stage--1 Observational Studies - Stage 2 Indicator Assessments - Stage 3 Capability Assessment - Stage 4 Determining.CHAPTER SEVEN: IN SEARCE OF AN AESTHETIC. Twentieth Century Background to Architecture - Twentieth Century Background to Landscape - Environmental Traditions - Leon Battista Alberti - Jay Appleton - Steven Bourassa and Roger Scruton.CHAPTER EIGHT: COMING THROUGH. Millennium Consortium, Redevelopment of the Fort Area of Colombo, Sri Lanka - Master Plan, Canon's Marsh, Bristol Harbourside, UK. Edward Cullinan Achitects - Coffee Creek Center, Chesterton, Indiana, USA. William McDonough and Partners. Conclusion.References.Acknowledgements.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780470847404 20160528
This landmark publication examines the need for establishing a universal framework for assessing the sustainability of a place that can be used for any place, in any part of the world. Using two case studies of two towns (San Gimignano, Italy and Ludlow, England) as a backdrop, the book examines their distinctive features and develops a framework for assessing their energy and environmental capabilities in light of their social, economic, political and cultural prerequisites. Discussion includes such key aspects of sustainability as geological formation, climate, external dependencies, communication and infrastructure, historical heritage, community and permanence of population. * Includes the author's own annotated drawings that complement the text. * Examines the background and current state of sustainability and provides practical examples of assessments of specific localities * Based on the author's own research.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780470847404 20160528
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
1 online resource : text file, PDF
  • Keynotes
  • Sustainable concrete : material and structures
  • Sustainable steel structures
  • Sustainable composite structures
  • Sustainable construction technology & BIM
  • Green and low carbon building.
Sustainable Buildings and Structures collects the contributions presented at the 1st International Conference on Sustainable Buildings and Structures (Suzhou, China, 29 October-1 November 2016). The book aims to share thoughts and ideas on sustainable approaches to urban planning, engineering design and construction. The topics discussed include: - Civil engineering - Structural approaches, including new materials - New technologies and new techniques - Green building and carbon neutral approaches to design and construction - Sustainability, urban planning and development. Sustainable Buildings and Structures will be of interest to academics, professionals, industry representatives and local government officials involved in structural engineering, urban planning, engineering design, and other related fields.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138028982 20171218
160 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 23 cm.
There has been a perception in some quarters that 'green' buildings are worthy but dull. This is a misconception - a good number of such buildings have won design awards and illustrate that a design approach focused on resource efficiency and minimum environmental impact is not incompatible with visual delight. Sustainable architecture can indeed 'lift the spirit' as well as save the planet.The book brings together an inspiring series of case studies of recent buildings (completed after 2000) that demonstrate a range of different sustainable construction techniques and, importantly, combine this with architectural excellence. Broken down into five sections - Work Spaces, Educational Buildings, Housing, Refurbishment Projects and Public Buildings - the case studies within each highlight a wide variety of approaches to design and technical issues. Many of the projects featured are considered 'cutting edge', going well beyond the requirements of the Building Regulations and adopting innovative technologies such as solar energy collection, biomass heating and grey water recycling.Although principally aimed at those involved in procuring buildings - clients, developers, agents, architects, engineers, quantity surveyors and contractors - the book will also appeal to academics, students and those who have a general interest in sustainable design and the environment.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781859462577 20160528
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
1 online resource (1 v.) : ill.
This unique volume offers insights from renowned experts in energy efficient building from the world over, providing a multi-faceted overview of the state-of-the-art in energy efficient architecture. It opens by defining what constitutes a sustainable building, suggesting bases for sorely needed benchmarks, then explains the most important techniques and tools available to engineers and architects exploring green building technologies. It covers such pivotal issues as daylighting, LED lighting, integrating renewables such as solar thermal and cooling, retrofitting, LEED and similar certification efforts, passive houses, net-zero and close-zero structures, water recycling, and much more. Highlighting best practices for commercial buildings and private homes, in widely varied climates and within vastly different socio-economic contexts, this illustrated reference will guide architects and engineers in making sustainable choices in building materials and methods. It explains the best methods and materials to support energy efficient building. It features case studies by experts from a dozen countries, demonstrating how sustainable architecture can be achieved in varied climates and economies. It covers both new constructions and retrofitting of existing structures.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780123972699 20160614
xix, 303 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Continuous Architecture provides a broad architectural perspective for continuous delivery, and describes a new architectural approach that supports and enables it. As the pace of innovation and software releases increases, IT departments are tasked to deliver value quickly and inexpensively to their business partners. With a focus on getting software into end-users hands faster, the ultimate goal of daily software updates is in sight to allow teams to ensure that they can release every change to the system simply and efficiently. This book presents an architectural approach to support modern application delivery methods and provide a broader architectural perspective, taking architectural concerns into account when deploying agile or continuous delivery approaches. The authors explain how to solve the challenges of implementing continuous delivery at the project and enterprise level, and the impact on IT processes including application testing, software deployment and software architecture. * Covering the application of enterprise and software architecture concepts to the Agile and Continuous Delivery models * Explains how to create an architecture that can evolve with applications* Incorporates techniques including refactoring, architectural analysis, testing, and feedback-driven development* Provides insight into incorporating modern software development when structuring teams and organizations.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780128032848 20160619
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
176 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 17 cm
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
vi, 412 p. : ill., maps ; 19 cm.
The Environmental Design Pocketbook places the information you need for sustainable, low-energy building design at your fingertips. Packed with diagrams, tools, and tips, it cuts through the complex mass of technical data and legislation that faces the designer, and distils all the key guidance into a single reference that is quick and easy to use. Pointing to the facts, figures, and performance data that are most important, it includes: * Succinct guidance on all core sustainability topics * Concise explanations and reference to the latest legislation and codes * Invaluable checklists * Handy tools that allow you to quickly estimate the values relevant to your design * Design guidance, technology, building science, and best practice. Twelve sections guide the designer from the fundamentals through to the building details themselves. From future-proofing for a changing climate to rainwater harvesting, retrofit, and zero-carbon technologies - the Pocketbook has got it covered. Written for architects, as well as engineers, planners, clients and developers, this handy new pocketbook will help the professional designer to meet and exceed sustainable standards.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781859463741 20160608
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
104 p.
Green Library
x, 160 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Chapter 1 Sustainability: ESD: a global framework-- a cultural/philosophical framework-- the manageable (but fragile) Earth. Chapter 2 Images: fields of significance-- world citizens and pluralism-- the international culture of architecture-- architectural expression-- the natural image-- the cultural image-- the technical image overlapping images. Chapter 3 Ethics: questions about value-- the moral class-- rights and duties-- the consequentialist approach-- intergenerational equity-- environmental ethics-- discourse ethics-- beautiful acts. Chapter 4 Objectives: stakeholders-- knowledge-- design advice-- the globaliazation of standards and regulations-- local context. Chapter 5 Systems: a systems view-- buildings as systems-- the environment-- social and cultural relevance-- the occupants-- economic performance-- the building-- the life-cycle of a building-- life-cycle sustainability assessment-- environmental assessment-- economic assessment-- the environmental assessment of building-- iterative multiple criteria decision-making--.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415283519 20160527
  • Chapter 1: Sustainability. ESD. A Global Framework. A Cultural/Philosophical Framework. The Manageable (But Fragile) Earth. Towards a Basis for Reaction. Chapter 2: Images. Fields of Significance. World Citizens and Pluralism. The International Culture of Architecture. Architectural Expression. The Natural Image. The Cultural Image. The Technical Image. Overlapping Images. Chapter 3: Ethics. Questions About Value. The Moral Class. Rights and Duties. The Consequentialist Approach. Intergenerational Equity. Environmental Ethics. Discourse Ethics. Beautiful Acts. Chapter 4: Objectives. Stakeholders. Knowledge. Design Advice. The Globaliazation of Standards and Regulations. Local Context. Chapter 5: Systems. A Systems View. Buildings As Systems. The Environment. Social and Cultural Relevance. The Occupants. Economic Performance. The Building. The Life-Cycle of a Building. Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment. Environmental Assessment. Economic Assessment. The Environmental Assessment of Building. Iterative Multiple Criteria Decision-Making. Recognising Assumptions. Chapter 6: Green Houses. Climate and Architecture. The Science of Global Warming. The International Politics. Global Warming and Building Design. Building Design and Climate Change. The Appropriate Objectives. Chapter 7: Cohesion. Responsive Cohesion. Place, People and Stuff. Reflective Practice and Reasoned Argument. Credibility , Transferability, Dependability and Confirmability. Public Policy and the Status Quo. The Future.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415283526 20160528
Understanding Sustainable Architecture is a review of the assumptions, beliefs, goals and bodies of knowledge that underlie the endeavour to design (more) sustainable buildings and other built developments. Much of the available advice and rhetoric about sustainable architecture begins from positions where important ethical, cultural and conceptual issues are simply assumed. If sustainable architecture is to be a truly meaningful pursuit then it must be grounded in a coherent theoretical framework. This book sets out to provide that framework. Through a series of self-reflective questions for designers, the authors argue the ultimate importance of reasoned argument in ecological, social and built contexts, including clarity in the problem framing and linking this framing to demonstrably effective actions. Sustainable architecture, then, is seen as a revised conceptualisation of architecture in response to a myriad of contemporary concerns about the effects of human activity. The aim of this book is to be transformative by promoting understanding and discussion of commonly ignored assumptions behind the search for a more environmentally sustainable approach to developmen It is argued that design decisions must be based on both an ethical position and a coherent understanding of the objectives and systems involved. The actions of individual designers and appropriate broader policy settings both follow from this understanding.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415283519 20160527
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
128 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), plans (some col.) ; 31 cm.
  • Preface Introduction Structures Renewed Dialogue with Climatic Forces Genesis of Natural Forces Atomic Architecture The Power of the Brief Shape, Texture and Flow Global Warning Landscape Sustained by Nature Towards the Light An Architecture of Smell Dynamic Cities A Breath of Fresh Air Embodied Energy More for Less Post Air--Conditioned Architecture Working with the Elements The Design of Sustainable New Towns Interactive Urbanism Sculpting with Energy Structural Substance of Composite Detailing Engaging Pre--Engineering Technology in Chongqing, China Delivering a Sustainable Future List of Projects.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780471500070 20160527
Sustainability is arguably the most vital concern in architectural design today. As the world becomes ever more densely populated, with the majority of people now living in cities, it is essential for architects, engineers and urban planners to be fully aware of the impact of their activities on the natural environment, as well as the effects of buildings on their occupants. Sustainable Ecosystems and the Built Environment offers guidelines for professional practice and highlights the potential of radical new technologies to increase and maintain the quality of life on this planet. Compiled from a series of articles which appeared in the cutting-edge journal Architectural Design, it examines topics related to the effect of buildings on both their immediate environment and the global ecosystem, as well as methods of making buildings healthy places to live and work - from heating, lighting and air circulation to the use of colour and odour to affect mood. All the key issues of sustainability are discussed, and backed up with evidence from 'green' projects in which the authors' sustainable engineering firm Battle McCarthy has been involved. This book offers an informative, practical and thought-provoking read for anyone involved in the design of the built environment.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780471500070 20160527
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
100 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), plans ; 21 x 22 cm.
"Essence d'architectures pbo architecture pascal brunel-orain, architecte dplg diplome de l'école d'architecture paris-malaquais, a cree pbo architecture en 1999. Depuis sa création, l'agence est animée par l'ambition de concevoir une architecture moderne de conception durable, a la pointe de la technologie tout en privilégiant une démarche citoyenne et coresponsable. Cet ouvrage présente quatre réalisations représentatives de la philosophie de l'agence basée sur les principes du développement durable tant vis-à-vis de l'équipe et des partenaires que des clients: la transformation d'une grange communale du XVIIe siècle en médiathèque à Verneuil-sur-Seine, la construction d'un commissariat à Vernouillet et d'une salle communale à Menucourt, la réhabilitation et l'extension d'un bâtiment pour un nouvel espace jeunesse à Poissy. Pascal Brunel-Orain et son équipe s'attachent à respecter une éthique, tant professionnelle que comportementale, où chacun travaille dans le seul but de concevoir et de réaliser pour le donneur d'ordre une architecture de qualité, conforme à la commande. PBO Architecture est qualifiée "OPQIBI" et membre actif, depuis 2010. du WGBC (World Green Building Council) pour l'élaboration de projets environnementaux à l'échelle internationale, et particulièrement de projets certifiés LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design). De plus, l'agence a mis en place, depuis 2013, un "système de management environnemental" selon les critères de la norme internationale ISO 140 01."--P. [4] of cover.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)


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