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See detailFacade 2018 - Adaptive!
Luible, Andreas; Gosztonyi, Susanne; Attia, Shady ULiege

Book published by Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts (2018)

Lucerne University of Applied Science and Arts, the European Façade Network and the European research network COST Action TU1403 “Adaptive Facades Network” have joined forces in the organisation of the ... [more ▼]

Lucerne University of Applied Science and Arts, the European Façade Network and the European research network COST Action TU1403 “Adaptive Facades Network” have joined forces in the organisation of the FAÇADE 2018 – Adaptive! Conference. This international scientific conference - held on November 26-27, 2018 at the culture and convention centre Lucerne (KKL), Switzerland – focuses on adaptive, multifunctional and dynamic building envelopes. It gathers excellent architects, engineers, researchers and representatives from the façade industry to discuss recent façade projects, the advances in the design, new adaptive technologies and future developments in research. [less ▲]

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See detailPost-Occupancy Evaluation for Adaptive Façades
Attia, Shady ULiege; Luna Navarro, Alessandra; Juaristi, Miren et al

in Journal of Facade Design and Engineering (2018), 6(3), 001-009

Post-occupancy evaluation is a valuable method of generating information on the performance of adaptive building façades in relation to users. This evaluation technique involves both procedural methods ... [more ▼]

Post-occupancy evaluation is a valuable method of generating information on the performance of adaptive building façades in relation to users. This evaluation technique involves both procedural methods, such as soft-landing, and empirical measuring, such as environmental monitoring or self-reporting techniques including surveys. Several studies have been carried out in recent decades to identify the most appropriate methods for occupant comfort, well-being, productivity, satisfaction, and health assessments in workplaces. Post-occupancy evaluation of adaptive façades can, however, be a challenging task and information on this topic is still scarce and fragmented. The main contribution of this paper is to bring together and classify the post-occupancy evaluation methods for adaptive façades and suggest a framework for their holistic evaluation. Specific recommendations for improving current standards and guidelines are outlined here to enhance occupant satisfaction and environmental conditions in workplaces for future design projects. Finally, we discuss various ongoing trends and research requirements in this field. [less ▲]

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