Architecture & Sustainable Development (vol.2)

27th International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture
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The 27th PLEA conference PLEA2011 - Architecture and Sustainable Development marks the 30th anniversary of PLEA. The topics of the conference tackle a broad range well beyond the subject of energy.

Following from the last PLEA conference that was held in Quebec in 2009, we want this celebratory PLEA 2011 in Louvain-la-Neuve to provide a special meeting ground for architects, engineers and researchers to debate the theme of sustainable architecture and the different aspects of sustainable development that range from the scale of the city to those of materials and components.

This book of Proceedings presents the latest thinking and research in the rapidly evolving world of architecture and sustainable development through 255 papers which were selected out of more than 750 abstracts that were proposed by authors coming from over 60 countries.


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Éditeur
Presses universitaires de Louvain
Partie du titre
Tome 2
Édité par
Magali Bodart, Arnaud Evrard,
Collection
Hors collection (Presses universitaires de Louvain)
Langue
anglais
Catégorie (éditeur)
Sciences appliquées > Architecture et génie civil
BISAC Subject Heading
ARC018000 ARCHITECTURE / Sustainability & Green Design
Code publique Onix
06 Professional and scholarly
CLIL (Version 2013-2019 )
3076 Architecture/Urbanisme
Description public visé
Architectes
Date de première publication du titre
01 juillet 2011
Subject Scheme Identifier Code
Classification thématique Thema: Urbanisme (villes et villages)
Type d'ouvrage
Actes de colloque
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Index, Bibliographie
Langue originale
anglais

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DESIGN TOOLS AND METHODS
Holistic Evaluation of Sustainable Buildings through a Symbiosis of Quantitative and Qualitative Assessment Methods..................11
Gitte Gylling, Mary-Ann Knudstrup, Per K. Heiselberg, Ellen K. Hansen
Embedding Building Performance Evaluation in a Medium-sized Architectural Practice A Soft Landings Approach............17
Lisa Ann Pesquale, Mary Hancock, Fionn Stevenson
Uncertainty and Sensibility Analysis in Building Simulation:
A Probabilistic Approach to the Real Estate Market of Apartments in Santiago de Chile...............................................23
Felipe Encinas Pino, Francisco José Sanchez De La Flor, Carlos Aguirre Núñez, Servando Álvarez Dominguez
Numerical Analysis of Thermal Environment and Energy Consumption for an Actual Residential Area
Based on Various Inhabitants' Behavior Schedules......29
Rihito Sato, Takashi Asawa, Akira Hoyano
The Effect of 'Default User' Inputs in Modelling Tools and Methods in Energy Use.......................................................35
Marina Topouzi
Sustainable Architecture and the Passive House Concept: Achievements and Failures on Energy Matters.................41
Geoffrey van Moeseke
Support for Energy-Oriented Design in the Australian Context..............47
Bianca Toth, Flora Salim, Robin Drogemuller, John Frazer
Building Envelope Assessment Tool for Systems Integrated Design Understanding and Using
the Reciprocity Between Parametric Analysis and the Architectural Construction Detailing Process...........................53
Joy Ko, Lynnette Widder
Solar Radiation and Architectural Design in Barcelona Reconciling Protection in Summer and Gain in Winter............59
Alexis Aguliar, Carlos Alonso, Helena Coch, Rafael Serra
Adequacy of Current Design Tools and Methods for Solar Architecture – Results of IEA-SHC Task 41’s
International Survey..................65
Jouri Kanters
From Low Carbon Policy Intent to Design Practice......71
Gabriela Zapata, Chris Tweed
Design Decision Tool for Zero Energy Buildings..............77
Shady Attia, André De Herde
Designing Low Energy Buildings: Application of a Parametric Tool and Case Studies..................................................83
Giulia Paoletti, Stefano Avesani, Dagmar Exner, Roberto Lollini
Is the UK’s Zero Carbon Standard for Housing a Solution for CO2 Reduction in Turkey?
Passivhaus Standard as a Means to Achieving Zero Carbon in Istanbul.......................................................................89
Tugba Salman, Sofie Pelsmakers, Melissa Taylor
Bio-emulation: Investigation and Application of a Biomimetic Approach to Environmental Design................................95
Rudrajit Sabhaney
A Design Support Tool for Climate Change Adaptation.......101
Usha Iyer-Raniga, James Pow Chew Wong, Ralph Horne
A Tool for Determining the Green Potential of Existing Buildings.................................................................................107
Oren Ben Avraham, Isaac Guedi Capeluto
Numerical analysis of solar shading of a deciduous tree for seasonal change............................................................113
Eiko Kumakura, Kazuaki Nakaohkubo, Akira Hoyano
Development of an Urban Typology to Assess Residential Environmental Performance at the City Scale.................119
Véronique Wallemacq, Anne-Françoise Marique, Sigrid Reiter
Identification of urban subcentres by means of land use, electric consumption and CO2 production
The case of Barcelona Metropolitan Area (RMB)......125
Carlos Aguirre Núñez, Carlos Marmolejo Duarte
PLEA 2011 - 27th Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, 13-15 July 2011.
Abersytwyth University: New IBERS Research Laboratories and Teaching Faculty
A Sustainable Building Design Process for the University Sector................................................................................133
Nigel Craddock
Intelligent Support for the Optimal Design Configuration of High Performance Homes...............................................139
Pieter De Wilde, Yaqub Rafiq, Wei Pan, Wei Tian
Environmental Quality in Office Buildings: Computer Simulation and Directives for Energy Efficiency in Brasilia, Brazil..................145
Giselle Marie Cormier Chaim
Inhabiting the Ground - Definitional Elements for a Sustainable Model of the Ground use for Residential Purpose...151
Luigi Foglia
Early Design Support for Summer Comfort Evaluation of Dwellings: A Comparison of Calculation Methods..............157
Lieve Weytjens, Griet Verbeeck
Contextualizing International Standards for Compliance in Factories..........................163
Ahmed Zebun Nasreen
Improving School Building Quality in the State of São Paulo, Brazil............................................................................169
Marcella Savioli Deliberador, Doris C.C.K.Kowaltowski
Building Envelope and Solar Energy Optimization: a New "Wizard" for Architects......................................................175
Marja Edelman, MariaCristina Munari Probst , Christian Roecker, Flavio Foradini
Tracking Design and Actual Energy Use: CarbonBuzz, an RIBA CIBSE platform.......................................................181
Judit Kimpian, Sophie Chisholm
Elaboration of Multicriteria Decision-aiding Tools for the Conception of Urban Public Spaces Proposed Methodology.........187
Philippe Boland
Thermal Performance of Residential Buildings with Large Glazing areas in Lisbon- Modelling and Validation...........193
Márcia Tavares, Hélder Gonçalves, Jorge Bastos
Sustainable Assesment of an Academic Building.....199
Fernanda Rodrigues, Romeu Vicente, Maria João Sá
Defining Zero Energy Buildings from a Cradle to Cradle Approach............205
Shady Attia, André De Herde
Energy-Efficient Management Modelling towards Interior Thermal Comfort:
A Case of Composite Dwelling Features Manipulation in Bangkok..............................................................................211
Nuchnapang Keonil, Nopadon Sahachaisaeree
Reducing the Environmental Impact of New Dwellings: Analyse of the Balance Between Heating
Energy Savings and Environmental Assessment of the Building materials.................................................................217
Sophie Trachte, Catherine Massart
A Sensitivity Analysis Approach: Simulation Tools as Support at the Early Stages of Low Energy Housing Design...223
Marta Maria Sesana, Graziano Salvalai, Fulvio Esposito
Development of Innovative Bioclimatic Strategies: Method, Experimental Procedure and Results.............................229
Francesca Olivieri, Raquel Guerra, Javier Neila, César Bedoya
Solar Access in Densely built Urban Environments - Formal Parameters and Comparative Methodology
in the Case of Barcelona, Spain......235
Alessandra Curreli, Helena Coch Roura
Assessing Building Forms Through Envelope-to-Volume Ratio......................241
Thanos N. Stasinopoulos
Towards an Efficient Model for Low-Energy Affordable Housing
Pilot Project for the Union County Housing Authority Energy- Efficient Housing Program...........................................247
Lisa D. Iulo, Bruce L. Quigley
EXAMPLES OF SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN DESIGN
The Leechwell Garden House - A Passive Solar Dwelling Built from Renewable Materials........................................255
Jim Carfrae, Pieter Dewilde
From Targets to Occupied Low Carbon Homes: Assessing the Challenges of Delivering
Low Carbon Affordable Housing.........261
Filbert Musau, Gokay Deveci
PLEA 2011 - 27th Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, 13-15 July 2011.
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Passive Evaporative Cooling by Porous Ceramic Elements Integrated in a Trombe Wall...........................................267
Sofía Melero, Inmaculada Morgado, F. Javier Neila, Consuelo Acha
Potential of a Cool Roof Applying Indirect Evaporative Cooling with Floating Insulation and Embedded Tubes.........273
José Roberto Garcia Chávez, Baruch Givoni
Towards Sustainable Housing Quality Assurance System to Achieve Sustainable Housing
in a Working-class Neighbourhood in Gent (Belgium).............279
A. Versele, C.Verhoeven, B.Wauman, K.Biesbroeck, H. Breesch
Thoughts & Facts on Sustainable Urban Design.........285
Heide Schuster, Giulia Peretti
Climatic Design Initiatives According To Wind Northdern Side Persian Gulf - Case Study: Old Boushehr..................291
Ehsan Ranjbar, Ajmeh Motalaei, Mohammad Reza Pourjafar, Ali Akbar Taghvaee
Sustainable Alternatives in Developing Countries - Preliminary Performance Assessment and Design
Optimization on the Fitima Children’s Day Care and Medical Centre in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso........................297
Ning Liu, Nicolas Jobard
The Study of Yard-to-Yard Convective Flows in the Multiple-Courtyards of the Casa de Pilatos.................................303
Raha Ernest
"Corbu" In The Tropics.........309
Nitin Bansal
Practical Study of the Ecological Rebuilding of Earthquake-stricken Villages in Southwestern China........................315
Jun Mu, Edward Ng, Li Wan, Tiegang Zhou, Jie Ma
Post Disaster Housing in Chile..............321
José Antonio Espinoza
Images of Sustainable Architecture in Chile........327
Maureen Trebilcock, Javier Reyes
Bio-climatic Urban Conversion for the Tarahumara Colony in Cuauhtemoc City, Chihuahua, Mexico.........................333
Leticia Peña, Lidia Sandoval
Examples of Sustainable Architecture and Urban Design - Take the Transformation of CAVE
in Northern Shaanxi as an Example..........339
Cheng Lin, Liu Jinghua, Gao Yu, Liu Xianhong
Neighborhood-garden. A Favorable Answer in a Warm, Humid Climate......................................................................345
Ana María De La Peña González, Ramón Ramirez Li
Overview from Passive House Schools and NZEB Schools to Plus Energy Schools..................................................351
Wim Zeiler
Synergetics Between Sun and Building........357
Wim Zeiler
Low-Income Bioclimatic Dwelling Prototype for Hot-Arid Regions: Mexicali, Mexico...................................................363
Maria Corral, Ramona Romero, Aníbal Luna
Integrating Low Energy and Environmental Design Strategies in Ireland’s First Energy Positive House ileeid House.......369
Patrick Daly
The Environmental Performance of high-density Urban Living: With Reference to the City Centre of São Paulo.......375
Joana Carla S. Gonçalves, Roberta C. K. Mulfarth , Leonardo M. Monteiro, Norberto C. Moura,
Alessandra R. Prata, Anna C. Miana
Low Cost Sustainable Building Solutions Case Studies: Angola and Guinea-Bissau..................................................381
Italma Pereira, Joana Aleixo, Manuel Correia Guedes
Low Cost Sustainable Building Solutions for East Timor.......389
Susana Braz, Gonçalo Silva, Manuel Correia Guedes
Impact of Solar Energy on Cities Sustainability......395
Benoit Beckers
The Nectar Project - Solar Development of Post-Industrial Urban Communities
(Tutti Frutti, New Islington, Manchester)...........401
Craig Lee Martin, Matthew Pilling, Craig Stott, Vincent Walsh
PLEA 2011 - 27th Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, 13-15 July 2011.

Subsidy to Land Occupation in the University Campus: a Brazilian Experience..........................................................407
Angelina Costa, Neusa Leme, Eduardo Vianna, Joel Santos, Caroline Cevada, Raissa Rodrigues
Climate Sensitive Architecture of Marikal, a Village in Telangana Region in Andhra Pradesh, India...........................413
Madhavi Indraganti, Devasahayam Karlapudy
Microclimatic Interventions on an Urban Square in Patras, Greece (38°15’N, 21°.45’E).............................................419
Saranti Konstantina
Hybrid Ventilation in Nordic Schools - Environmental Performance and Adaptive Opportunities................................425
Silvestre Celis Mercier, André Potvin, Michel Tardif, Ouazia Boualem
CLOUD AND MOUNTAIN. Ideas for a Building in Symbiosis - Competition for the Madrid new “Campus of Justice” - Access and Services Building....................................431
Nieves Mestre
Sustainable Solution for the Reconstruction of Low Income Housing in Post-Disaster Zone......................................435
Cristina Blanco-Lion, Sofie Pelsmakers, Melissa Taylor
Energetic Rehabilitation In Tower Of Housings, San Sebastian
The Step from Obsolete to a Sustainable Modernity...........441
Alejandra Zambrana, Marta Arrieta, Cristina López, Macarena Farias, Elena Campo, Eliane Lima
A Qualitative Analysis of Five Tall Buildings Presented as Sustainable.......................................................................447
Erica Mitie Umakoshi, Joana Carla Gonçalves
Options and Limitation of Natural Ventilation in Tall Mixed-use Building......................................................................453
Maggie Mei Ki Ma
Bioclimatic Landscape Design in Extremely Hot and Arid Climates.............................................................................459
Shady Attia and Ingrid Duchhart
The City without a Nighttime Heat Island : Reproduction and Evaluation of Summer Thermal Environment
in Urban Residential Areas in Early Modern Tokio Using Numerical Simulation..........................................................465
Masahito Takata, Akira Hoyano, Akinobu Murakami
Designing Carbon Neutral Schools: The Victor Miller Building, a Critical Review........................................................471
Daniela Besser, Lucelia Rodrigues, Benson Lau
Courtyards in arid zones - Thermal behaviour of two school courtyards and their adjacent classrooms.....................477
María Alicia Canton, Carolina Ganem, Jorge Fernandez Llano
Methodology for planning and designing eco neighborhoods: Cifuentes Plan, case study Sabadell (Barcelona), Spain..........483
Ezequiel Uson Guardiola
As an Example Sustainable Development: Tarsus Kırkkaşık Covered Bazaar............................................................489
Fehime Yeşim Gürani, Tülay (Özdemir) Canbolat
Performance of Downdraught Evaporative Cooling System in Hot & Dry Climate:
The PDEC System in Punjab Energy Development Agency Building (PEDA), Chandigarh, India..............................495
Pattnaik Ompriya Mohanty, Brian Ford
Life Architecture Open and Sustainable Building for a Strategic Dwelling System......................................................501
Sonia Pettinari, Massimo Perriccioli, Monica Rossi
Architectural Elements on the “Towards Institutional Sustainability Plan” (PIHASU) at the Universidad Autonóma Metropolitana in Mexico City.............507
Gloria Castorena, Aníbal Figueroa, Víctor Fuentes, José Roberto Garcia
RENEWAL/REFURBISHMENT
Energy Behaviour in Historical Buildings: Limits and Potentials for the Project Evaluation.........................................515
Rajendra S. Adhikari, Elena Longo, Valeria Pracchi, Alessandro Rogora, Elisabetta Rosina, Giulia Schippa
Tradition, Character and Energy Efficiency - An Example of Sustainable Renovation/expansion of a Traditional Irish Cottage............521
Cathal Stephens
Design Approaches for Upgrading Historically Significant Architecture Toward Zero-Energy:
The Republic of Cyprus Presidential Palace........527
Ute Poerschke, Loukas Kalisperis, Anastasia Spanou, Mattheos Santamouris
Energy Refurbishment of Mies VanDerohe Residential Buildings.............533
Mona Azarbayjani , Robert Nemeth, Ben Sliwinsky
PLEA 2011 - 27th Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, 13-15 July 2011.

Renovation Versus Demolition of old Dwellings Comparative Analysis of Costs, Energy Consumption and Environmental Impact........541
Griet Verbeeck, An Cornelis
Housing Renovation - From E to Better: Renovation of Existing Outdated Housing in Steps
Toward Energy Neutral in 2050.............547
Tim Dijkmans, Job Jonkers, Michiel Ham, Jos Lichtenberg, Chris Geurts, Jeroen Weijers, Mark Strav er
Implementing Adapted Passive House Standards in Public Buildings Retrofitting of a University Building
in Brussels, Belgium........553
André Stephan, Kristel De Myttenaere
Adaptive Reuse of Chimney Flues in Historic Buildings...........559
Rory Greenan
Proposal and Evaluation of the Environmental Design for the Vacant Lots in à Japanese Historical Urban District...565
Hidenori Kawa i, Akira Hoyano, Takashi Asawa , Rihito Sato, Ben Nakamura, Miwa ko Nakamura
Non-invasive Method for Investigating Energy and Environmental Performances in Existing Buildings.....................571
Elena Lucchi
Methodological Procedure for Energy Performance Evaluation of Historical Buildings...............................................577
Rajendra S. Adhikari, Elena Longo, Valeria Pracchi, Alessandro Rogora Elisabetta Rosina, Giulia Schippa
Analysis of the Energetic-Environmental Behaviour in Apartments Building in la Plata City - Argentina - Passive
Strategies for a Redesign of Low Energy.........583
María Belén Salvetti, Jorge Czajkowski, Analía Fernanda Gómez
Retrofit of Existing Housing in the United Kingdom: the Carbon Reduction Possibilities.............................................589
Keith Bothwell, Mark Saich, Paul Mallion
Evaluating the Retrofitting of an Old Barrack into a Library: The Case Study of the Public Library in Corfu...............595
Maria Dry
Innovations in Very Low Energy Retrofit Projects Experience of Belgian Exemplary Projects....................................601
Erwin Mlecnik, Johan Cre, Irena Kondratenko, Wouter Hilderson
Bioclimatic Refurbishment of Existing University Campus Buildings - Intention, Realisation and Possibilities............607
Margaret Liu, Richard Hyde
The Cost of Retrofitting to PassivHaus Standards - Three Case Studies of UK pre-1919 Houses..............................613
Marion Baeli, Sofie Pelsmakers
Refurbishment of Prefabricated Mass Housing Schemes in Belgrade.........619
Milena Stojković
Thermal Improvement of Historic Protected Buildings - Case Study in Geneva..........................................................625
Willi Weber, Peter Haefeli
What is the Potential to Reduce Energy Use in the Domestic Sector Through the Refurbishment
of Ireland’s Existing 1930s Stock?.........631
Sadhbh Ní Hógáin, Melissa Taylor
The cost implications of refurbishment and demolish and built pathways for a dwelling energy upgrade...................637
Shweta Sriva stav , Simon Lannon, Phil Jones, Huw Jenkins
The Role and Impact of Passive Buffer Spaces Retrofitted to Existing Houses...........................................................645
Jacob Ware, Adrian Pitts
Refurbishment of Historic Buildings: Thermal Mass modified, its influence on Indoor Comfort,
Energy Efficiency and Heritage Value.........651
Vincent Buhagiar, Phil Jones
The State of Modern Renovation in Denmark
Current Architectural Approaches to the Sustainable Transformation of Post-War Housing........................................655
Terri Peters
AUTHOR INDEX.......... 661