Reference : Occupant-Centered Adaptive Façades Assessment Survey (OCAFAS-15)
Computer developments : Other
Engineering, computing & technology : Architecture
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/232980
Occupant-Centered Adaptive Façades Assessment Survey (OCAFAS-15)
English
Attia, Shady mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > Département ArGEnCo > Techniques de construction des bâtiments >]
15-Feb-2019
2019-02-15
Liege
Belgium
[en] well-being ; dynamic shading ; facades
[en] The Occupant-Centered Adaptive Façades Assessment Survey (OCAFAS-15) is an instrument with good validity, reliability and high internal consistency in assessing well-being and interaction of occupants in buildings with adaptive facades. The OCAFAS-15 benefits from its brevity and ease of completion (generally, 12 min or less, including the occupant’s personal information). A statistically valid and reliable instrument for evaluating occupants’ satisfaction provides façade designers and operators with a useful tool for considering what is most important to the occupant, guiding facades design decisions, and conveying to the operators and building owners that the occupants’ well-being and interaction in building with adaptive facades is the facades engineers’ primary consideration.
Sustainable Building Design Lab
Professionals ; General public
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/232980
The Occupant-Centered Adaptive Façades Assessment Survey (OCAFAS-15) is an instrument with good validity, reliability and high internal consistency in assessing well-being and interaction of occupants in buildings with adaptive facades. The OCAFAS-15 benefits from its brevity and ease of completion (generally, 12 min or less, including the occupant’s personal information). A statistically valid and reliable instrument for evaluating occupants’ satisfaction provides façade designers and operators with a useful tool for considering what is most important to the occupant, guiding facades design decisions, and conveying to the operators and building owners that the occupants’ well-being and interaction in building with adaptive facades is the facades engineers’ primary consideration.

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