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|Other titles||Bioclimatic design and urban regeneration for sustainable development|
|Statement||edited by Dimitra Babalis.|
|LC Classifications||NA9053.U7 B5 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||83 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
|LC Control Number||2005354028|
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Dear Colleagues, This Special Edition addresses the theme of urban regeneration and sustainable urban development as a response to the impact of increased cities, which impose the need to control the boundaries of today's urban areas in a context that preserves the diversity and complexity of corporate globalization and the sustainability of life in urban areas.
spaces. The bioclimatic design of public space is a requirement to achieve sustainability in our cities, both in new urban development and urban retrofitting and regeneration. Various scales of design are covered: from the environmental conditions of the territory to the microclimatic scale.
Regarding the urban regeneration project in the Siwa Oasis, zero-energy development, bioclimatic architecture, eco-buildings and low carbon footprint.
Urban regeneration for sustainable communities: A case study Article (PDF Available) in Technological and Economic Development 15(1). For instance, the traditional Spanish hacienda design uses thick, thermally dense walls to retain heat or chill, thereby regulating temperature and creating a stable indoor microclimate, says Sam Kimmins, the principal sustainability advisor for the Forum for the Future, a global sustainable development organization based in London.
View Bioclimatic Urban Design Research Papers on for free. Adam Ritchie is a Partner of Max Fordham LLP and leads the practice’s sustainable urban design group. Randall Thomas is a consultant to Max Fordham LLP, a Visiting Professor at the University of Cambridge and Professor of Sustainable Environmental Design at Kingston University.4/4(1).
In Sustainable Development: the UK Strategy () the Government recognised the importance of urban regeneration in contributing to a sustainable pattern of development that uses “the already developed areas in the most efficient way, while making them more attractive places in which to live and work” (Department of the Environment, Cited by: —Interdisciplinary Center of Social Sciences, FCSH-UNL, Av.
de Berna, C, Lisbon, Portugal Interests: sustainable city models; public policies; urban planning; GIS; urban regeneration; sustainable urban design; public spaces; bioclimatic design; urban heat island; green buildings; parametric design—BIM; sustainable construction, eco-building; net.
The concept of sustainable development can be traced to the energy (especially fossil oil) crisis and environmental pollution concerns of the s and s.
The Rachel Carson book, “Silent Spring”, published inis considered to be one of the first initial efforts to describe sustainable development as related to green building.
The green building movement in the U.S. originated. The 1,square-foot Ecological House boasts a modern design with rounded edges to match its innovative, % Bioclimatic Preschool Built with Rammed Earth and Mud Bricks Keeps Cool in the.
bioclimatic design. Miniature Tipi-Shaped Kindergartens for Urban Parks in Paris. will feature the latest in sustainable bioclimatic technologies The Chen House is a Disaster-Proof.
Sustainable Redevelopment of Public Spaces in City Centres: a design experience of urban regeneration is here discussed that seeks to harmonize with each other all the different project elements, including the innovations introduced by the bioclimatic approach through the use of an experimental software.
to intervene in the Cited by: 1. Sustainable development – historical roots of the concept JACOBUS A. DU PISANI School for Social and Government Studies, North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa Abstract This article gives an overview of the origin of the concept of sustainable development by going far back in history to trace its roots.
She is involved in research projects on eco-sustainable planning and urban design, urban regeneration and development and is author of a number of scientific publications on national and international reviews and proceedings books, of chapters in books and the editor of the books: Bioclimatic Design & Urban Regeneration for Sustainable Author: Dimitra Babalis.
In the search for sustainable architecture, there is growing interest in the relationship between nature and design. In this vital new book, the term?bioclimatic?, relating to the dynamic between climate and living organisms, is applied by the authors in focusing on countries where housing requires cooling for a significant part of the year.3/5(1).
Ultimately, the sustainable design matrix framework can serve as a roadmap of issues that need to be addressed in sustainable urban design. Considering the increasingly wide breadth of disciplines applying sustainable urban design principles to their development projects, this framework can serve as a foundation for.
Full Description: "This book is an academic essay about the urban regeneration policies which have been changing the physical - and partly social - outlook of many English cities during the last years, eventually giving birth to a process which is also known as ‘Urban Renaissance’.
The main focus is on urban design: the way it has been promoted by the government as an. The development of a bioclimatic urban design methodology is described. The cluster thermal time constant (CTTC) model for predicting street-level urban air temperature variations is coupled with the wind-profile power law and the index of thermal stress (ITS.) for human comfort.
TheCTTC model and the power law produce the diurnal air temperature and Cited by: Containing the proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Urban Regeneration and Sustainability this set of books addresses the multi-disciplinary aspects of urban planning; a result of the increasing size of cities; the amount of resources and services required and the complexity of modern society.
These are employed and embedded in the creation of the R_Urban Intervention Dwelling model and tested on the Coop House design project. The result was an architectural design in which the Nine Principles of Regenerative Architecture are embodied through the application of the Place Analysis Criteria process.
ThoughCited by: 2. Sustainable Urban Development and Globalization New strategies for new challenges—with a focus on the Global South. Bioclimatic Design for Informal Settlements. Gian Luca Brunetti. Pages A Multi-disciplinary Action Research on Collaborative Approaches to Socio-ecological Urban Development in Informal Areas.
Sustainable urban design appreciates the importance of creating carefully designed, humane and inclusive urban environments. Future urban areas are the settings within which many people will grow up, work and organize their lives and the role of holistic and responsible urban design can be crucial for sustainable urban development.
SkilledFile Size: 2MB. Sustainable Urban Development research in the Department for Continuing Education at the University of Oxford.
Research on Sustainable Urban Development (SUD) at Oxford seeks to develop advanced knowledge on the challenges and opportunities for developing more sustainable and just urban spaces, communities and politics. sustainable development. The sustainable urban development in cities can create jobs and decent living conditions, are accelerating economic growth, social inclusion and improve quality of life and promote decoupling economic growth from material and energy flow On the other intensity.
hand, urban management mistakes are very hard to remove. Get this from a library. The sustainable city VII: urban regeneration and sustainability. [M Pacetti;] -- Annotation This book addresses the many inter-related aspects of the urban environment from transport and mobility to social exclusion and crime prevention.
The. Sustainable urban regeneration What is sustainable urban re/development (SUD). The world-wide decay in environmental quality and the gradual depletion of natural resources has been a dominant theme for research and public policy in the latter part of the twentieth century and is likely to remain so for the first quarter of the twenty Size: KB.
Architecture and the Environment by David Lloyd Jones. The Overlook Press, Woodstock, N.Y., (distributed by Penguin Putnam, Inc.).
Hardcover, pages, $ Note: Sometimes listed with the sub-title “Contemporary Green Buildings”. Regeneration paradigm The foundations of regenerative development and design are based in the work done by the Landscape architect Ian McHarg that published in the book “Design with Nature”, pioneering a technology for ecological land-use planning founded on understanding natural systems.(Mang3, Reed, ).
Bioclimatic design help conserve resources while facilitating the use of the local climate around a dwelling to construct a green home or building that is passively sustainable. Some of the concepts of Bioclimatic Designs are, “Site and climatic analysis, design strategies that reduce or eliminate the need for non-renewable energy resources.
Sustainable Design of Green Logistics Management in China Based on sustainable development of green logistics in China and the countermeasures (), China is especially vulnerable to climate change due to its complex climatic conditions, a fragile ecological environment, a massive population and frequent natural disasters.
Urban tourism, as well as tourism in general, offers great economic opportunities, while at the same time, it increases the destination’s vulnerability to overcrowding and uncontrolled growth.
Tourism can and should support sustainable urban development. Sustainable urban tourism and energy efficient architecture are interdependent.
Increased stakeholder participation, regional Author: Ksenija Štahan. "Design with Climate has had an extremely important impact on the practice of sustainable design, and is perhaps even more relevant today than when it was when originally published in In many ways the book was ahead of its time."--Peter Anderson, author of Prefab Prototypes: Site-specific Design for Offsite ConstructionCited by: 6.
Bringing together classic readings from a wide variety of sources, this key book investigates how our cities and towns can become more sustainable. Thirty-eight selections span issues such as land use planning, urban design, transportation, ecological restoration, economic development, resource use and equity planning.
Section introductions outline the major themes, whilst the 2/5(1). Sustainable Urban Development and Globalization New strategies for new challenges—with a focus on the Global South. Bioclimatic Design for Informal Settlements. Cultural Heritage for Urban Regeneration. Developing Methodology Through.
These days urban design of open spaces is strongly related to bioclimatic techniques and practices. It is here presented the procedure of a bioclimatic study by the use of simulation tools.
The area of an open market place is characterized of decreased human thermal comfort conditions during summer time. The employment of computational fluid dynamics has Cited by: 2. the URBAN I and II Community Initiatives demonstrated cit-ies’ commitment to engage with integrated, sustainable and participative urban development.
It was in that consen-sus over these principles was formulated in the Strasbourg Declaration, which specified the URBAN approach, also called the URBAN Size: 1MB. Sustainable urban development: it's time cities give back With dwindling natural resources to feed cities, urban planning needs to be regenerative from the start Fiona WooAuthor: Fiona Woo.
sustainable building design. The national building code is concerned about structural safety and does not contain any standards on energy efficiency. Currently, the Department of Urban Development and Building Construction (DUDBC) which is the government organisation responsible for drafting building.
Urban design creates green, sustainable places Compact, walkable places are the most sustainable form of living. The combination of human scale urbanism, with a mix of uses and services, a range of housing options, extensive train systems, and the ability to walk and bicycle as part of daily life all make for sustainable, green living.
preceding volume Bioclimatic Design&Urban Regeneration for Sustainable Development, pub-lished in This new volume explore deeper the conceptions on sustainable cities and the attention that has to be paid by a responsive design process to urban regen-eration and development.
The continually Preface: Ecological Matters for Good Cities.Design for Climate, Bioclimatic Approach to Architecture Regionalism by Victor Olgyay originally published in /3 has been recently updated with new /5.The 2nd Conference on “Urban Planning and Architectural Design for Sustainable Development” (UPADSD), to be held in Italy, follows the success of the very first version which took place in Lecce, Italy during the year of It has become apparent that planners, environmentalists, architects, engineers, policy makers and economists have to work together in order to ensure .