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Energy Modelling in Architecture: A practice guide

Author/EditorOliveira, Sonja; (Author)
Gething, Bill; (Author)
Marco, Elena (Author)
Publisher: RIBA Publishing
ISBN: 9781859469101
Pub Date01/07/2020
BindingHardback
Pages144
Dimensions (mm)250(h) * 210(w)
$68.01
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If you’ve ever wondered how leading architectural firms successfully embed energy modelling into their practices, this book is for you. Featuring expert contributions from leading architects and practices, this book illustrates architects’ approaches to learning, sharing and integrating energy modelling across a range of design projects, in both small and large firms in the UK and internationally. Discussing the practical and business implications of embedding energy modelling in practice, this practical guide is an essential manual for the energy-literate architect.
• Includes case study examples from award-winning architecture firms of how to implement energy modelling in different organizational structures
• Shows innovative ways of organising and managing design projects to achieve an integrated outcome
• Presents a first-of-its-kind approach to discussing energy modelling from an organizational rather than a technical perspective
• Features insights from a range of practice sizes, including AHMM, Architype, bere:architects, Feilden Clegg Bradley, Henning Larsen, HOK, Kieran Timberlake, Prewett Bizley and Tonkin Liu

If you’ve ever wondered how leading architectural firms successfully embed energy modelling into their practices, this book is for you. Featuring expert contributions from leading architects and practices, this book illustrates architects’ approaches to learning, sharing and integrating energy modelling across a range of design projects, in both small and large firms in the UK and internationally. Discussing the practical and business implications of embedding energy modelling in practice, this practical guide is an essential manual for the energy-literate architect.
• Includes case study examples from award-winning architecture firms of how to implement energy modelling in different organizational structures
• Shows innovative ways of organising and managing design projects to achieve an integrated outcome
• Presents a first-of-its-kind approach to discussing energy modelling from an organizational rather than a technical perspective
• Features insights from a range of practice sizes, including AHMM, Architype, bere:architects, Feilden Clegg Bradley, Henning Larsen, HOK, Kieran Timberlake, Prewett Bizley and Tonkin Liu

Sonja Oliveira is Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader in Architecture and Environmental Engineering at the University of the West of England (UWE). Bill Gething is a sustainability and architectural consultant, a visiting professor at the University of Bath, a member of BRE Global's Governing Body and a CABE Built Environment Expert. Elena Marco is an academic leader, educator, practitioner, and researcher, and was recently selected by the AJ as one of the 20 most influential Women in Sustainable Architecture in the UK.

Introduction Chapter 1 Organizational responses to energy analysis /modelling in architecture Energy analysis in architecture - whose role is it anyway? Energy analysis and literacy- components Focus on techniques, software and expertise-insights from research Chapter 2 Small firms: Energy modelling- The story, data and detail bere:architects - learning from POE: the data and the detail Prewett Bizley - testing and trialling PHPP Tonkin Liu - resource efficiencies and gains Chapter 3 Medium firms: The process, parts and possibilities Architype - developing a culture Henning Larsen - discovery and experimentation Kieran Timberlake - relationships across and between Chapter 4 Large firms: The teams, people and rules AHMM- snowballing from big to small Feilden Clegg Bradley - the individual and the team HOK - Leaders and leadership toolkits Recommendations and conclusion References

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