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Enhancing building performance

Author: Shauna Mallory-Hill; Wolfgang F E Preiser; Chris Watson
Publisher: Chichester, West Sussex ; Ames, Iowa : Wiley-Blackwell, 2012.
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"Enhancing Building Performance presents the latest BPE work, providing a systematic approach for those who wish to use BPE to deliver improved building performance that is responsive to the needs of stakeholders. With chapters written by experts from around the world the book demonstrates how to apply BPE to enhance building design. Topics covered include: evidence-based and integrative design processes, evaluation  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Shauna Mallory-Hill; Wolfgang F E Preiser; Chris Watson
ISBN: 9780470657591 0470657596
OCLC Number: 757478529
Description: xxix, 330 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: I. Introduction: Building Performance Evaluation (BPE) Process Model --
1. Introduction to Building Performance Evaluation: Milestones in Evolution / Chris Watson --
1.1. Enhancing building performance --
1.2. Emergence of person-environment research --
1.3. Maturation of Post-Occupancy Evaluation (1975-1985) --
1.4. POE as a distinct discipline (1985-1995) --
1.5. Feeding forward: from POE to BPE (1995-2005) --
1.6. Ongoing global efforts in BPE (2005 +) --
1.7. Conclusion --
References --
Further reading --
2. Process Model for Building Performance Evaluation (BPE) / Ulrich Schramm --
2.1. Introduction --
2.2. Description of the process model for BPE --
2.3. performance concept and the building process --
2.4. Conclusion --
Acknowledgements --
References --
II. Design Processes and Evaluation --
3. Integrative Design Process / Sonja Persram --
3.1. Introduction --
3.2. Origin, evolution and definitions of IDP --
3.3. Highlights of others' work: systems thinking in IDP and a unitive process --
3.4. means to motivation: engaging clients in sustainability prior to IDP --
3.5. integrative regulatory process --
3.6. Conclusion --
References --
4. Participatory/Collaborative Design Process / Henry Sanoff --
4.1. Introduction --
4.2. Background --
4.3. Community participation --
4.4. Conclusion --
References --
Further reading --
5. Enhancing Design Programming: The Case of Detroit Collaborative Design Center and Detroit Hispanic Development Corporation / Sheri Blake --
5.1. Introduction --
5.2. Participatory design process and intent --
5.3. Enhancing the process --
5.4. Conclusions --
References --
6. Patterns in Post-Occupancy Evaluation / Chris Watson --
6.1. Introduction --
6.2. Principles --
6.3. Communities of interest --
6.4. Process --
6.5. Evaluating environmental impact --
6.6. Pattern language format --
6.7. Recurring findings --
6.8. Communicating stakeholders' experience of architecture --
6.9. Conclusion --
References --
III. Case Studies --
7. Changing Meaning of Workspace: Planning Space and Technology in the Work Environment / Jacqueline C. Vischer --
7.1. Introduction --
7.2. `X' organization --
building for the future --
7.3. Involving users for better workspace design --
7.4. Building and workspace outcomes --
7.5. Conclusion --
References --
8. Programming Spaces for Innovation / Martin Hodulak --
8.1. Introduction --
8.2. Spaces for innovation --
8.3. Understanding requirements --
8.4. Analysis methods --
8.5. Key requirements for innovation spaces --
8.6. Conclusion --
References --
9. Assessing Building Performance for Local Government Offices in Japan / Mina Kitazawa --
9.1. Introduction --
9.2. Organizational development of the Mie Prefecture Government office --
9.3. Example of office layout changes --
9.4. Work style classification studies --
9.5. Analysis of worker activities --
9.6. Analysis of work style classifications --
9.7. Analysis of workers' collaboration activities --
9.8. Relationships among work communication activities --
9.9. Conclusions --
References --
10. Developing Occupancy Feedback to Improve Low Carbon Housing / Fionn Stevenson --
10.1. Introduction --
10.2. Background --
10.3. framework for evaluating interactive adaptability --
10.4. Low carbon home case study --
10.5. Where next? --
10.6. Conclusions --
Acknowledgement --
References --
11. Evaluating Federal Workplaces in the US: The Case of the General Services Administration / Kevin Kelly --
11.1. Introduction --
11.2. Background --
11.3. Survey results --
11.4. Reflections on `efficiency' and `expression' --
11.5. Re-deploying the survey to measure post-occupancy success --
11.6. Conclusion --
References --
12. Assessing Qatar University's Campus Outdoor Spaces: Design Intentions Versus Users' Reactions / Ashraf M. Salama --
12.1. Introduction --
12.2. Overview of the literature on campus outdoor spaces --
12.3. Campus features --
architect's statements --
12.4. Assessing outdoor spaces: a multilayered methodology --
12.5. Key findings --
12.6. Conclusion --
Acknowledgements --
References --
13. Building Performance Evaluation (BPE) and the Role of Perceived Values in Heritage Preservation --
A Research Case for Italy / Carlotta Fontana --
13.1. Introduction --
13.2. Background --
13.3. performance-based approach for sustainable reuse --
13.4. Counseling for communities: a performance-based approach at different scales --
13.5. Conclusions --
Acknowledgements --
References --
IV. Research Methods and Tools --
14. Evaluating the Impact of Green Building on Worker Productivity and Health: A Literature Review / Anna Westlund --
14.1. Introduction --
14.2. Background --
14.3. Literature review method --
14.4. Performance indicators and data collection techniques --
14.5. Conclusions --
References --
15. Quantitative (GIS) and Qualitative (BPE) Assessments of Library Performance / Xinhao Wang --
15.1. Introduction --
15.2. Background --
15.3. Project design and methodology --
15.4. Results --
15.5. Recommendations --
15.6. Conclusion --
Acknowledgements --
References --
Further reading --
16. Applying MAPLE/D and BPE to Complex Building Types / Monika Schill-Fendl --
16.1. Introduction --
16.2. Background: the meta-method MAPLE/D --
16.3. Example: POE of a large-scale laboratory building complex --
16.4. Links between BPE and MAPLE/D --
16.5. Conclusion --
Acknowledgements --
References --
17. Stimulating Physically Active Behavior Through Good Building Design / Lindsey Dugdill --
17.1. Introduction --
17.2. active imperative --
17.3. Servicescapes --
17.4. Layering of built environment solutions --
17.5. Evaluating the capacity of buildings to encourage physically active behavior --
17.6. Conclusion --
References --
18. Evidence-Based Decision-Making on Office Accommodation: Accommodation Choice Model / Anca Gosselink --
18.1. Introduction --
18.2. Modeling accommodation processes --
18.3. Elaboration of the model --
18.4. Justification of the accommodation choice model --
18.5. Application in practice --
18.6. Conclusion --
References --
19. Evaluation Through Computational Building Performance Simulation / Jan L.M. Hensen --
19.1. Introduction --
19.2. Background --
19.3. Building performance simulation --
19.4. State-of-the-art --
19.5. Quality assurance of simulation based decisions --
19.6. Conclusion --
References --
Further reading --
20. Incorporating Occupant Perceptions and Behavior into BIM / Richard E. Wener --
20.1. Introduction --
20.2. BIM and the design process --
20.3. Linking BPE and BIM --
20.4. Simulating behavior --
20.5. Metrics --
20.6. Illustrative simulation model --
20.7. Conclusions: implications for emerging practice --
Acknowledgements --
References --
V. Education --
21. Post-Occupancy Evaluation in Brazil: Its Impact on Professional Practice / Maria Beatriz Barbosa --
21.1. Introduction --
21.2. POE methodology --
21.3. Case studies --
21.4. Conclusions --
References --
22. Building Performance Evaluation (BPE) in the Construction Project Management Curriculum / Ulrich Schramm --
22.1. Introduction --
22.2. school and its programs --
22.3. BPE in the curriculum --
22.4. Outline of selected lectures and seminars --
22.5. Employment opportunities --
22.6. Conclusions --
References --
23. Evaluation Research and Inquiry Based Learning (IBL) in Architecture and Urbanism: Consumption Versus Production of Knowledge / Ashraf M. Salama --
23.1. Introduction --
23.2. Idiosyncrasies on knowledge delivery and acquisition --
23.3. Evaluation research and inquiry based learning (IBL) --
23.4. Evaluation research: a paradigm for utilizing the built environment as an open textbook --
23.5. Conclusion: Evaluation research and seeking a new form of pedagogy --
References --
24. Post Tower Evaluation: User-Needs Analysis (UNA) in German Student Education / Rotraut Walden --
24.1. Introduction --
24.2. Background --
24.3. Prelminary studies --
24.4. Stakeholder questionnaire --
24.5. Data collection --
the walkthrough --
24.6. Results --
24.7. Conclusions --
Acknowledgements --
References --
25. Ethnographic Methods in Support of Architectural Practice / Galen Cranz --
25.1. Introduction --
25.2. nature of the student research is ethnographic --
25.3. Two kinds of findings --
25.4. Benefits of student research projects --
25.5. Conclusion --
Endnotes --
References --
Further reading --
VI. Epilogue --
26. Reflections on Stage M: The Dog that Didn't Bark / Francis Duffy --
26.1. Introduction --
26.2. Background --
26.3. Stage M feedback on meeting client objectives --
26.4. Conclusions --
Endnotes --
References.
Responsibility: edited by Shauna Mallory-Hill, Wolfgang F.E. Preiser, Chris Watson.
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