Energy Modelling in Architecture: A practice guide
|Oliveira, Sonja; (Author)
|Gething, Bill; (Author)
|Marco, Elena (Author)
|250(h) * 210(w)
This book offers a practical guide to embedding energy modelling in architectural practice. With 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.
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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