PLEA 2013 Munich: Sustainable Architecture for a Renewable Future.

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The goal of the International Conference PLEA 2013 is to promote the discussion on holistic, quality-based approaches to future challenges in architecture and planning. Within the conference we want to concentrate on the quality of buildings and neighbourhoods, and the quality of life of their inhabitants, as well as the liveability of our cities.
The International Conference PLEA 2013 invited scientists, planners, architects, engineers, stakeholders, entrepreneuers and students from around the world to present and discuss innovative approaches and future developments for new buildings as well as for the existing building stock.
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1 - PLEA 2013 Team [Seite 2]
2 - Scientific Committee [Seite 4]
3 - Supporting Reviewers to the Scientific Committee [Seite 5]
4 - Forewords [Seite 6]
4.1 - Foreword Institute of Energy Efficient and Sustainable Design and Building [Seite 7]
4.2 - Foreword PLEA [Seite 9]
4.3 - Foreword Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development [Seite 11]
4.4 - Foreword City of Munich [Seite 13]
4.5 - Foreword Bayerische Architektenkammer [Seite 15]
5 - Keynotes [Seite 17]
5.1 - Thomas Herzog [Seite 18]
5.2 - Mario Cucinella [Seite 19]
5.3 - Volker Wittwer [Seite 20]
5.4 - Diébédo Francis Kéré [Seite 21]
5.5 - Michael Taylor [Seite 22]
5.6 - Matheos Santamouris [Seite 23]
5.7 - Li Xiaodong [Seite 24]
5.8 - Douglas G. Mulhall [Seite 25]
6 - Panel Discussion Sustainability and Building Culture [Seite 26]
6.1 - Angela Garcia de Paredes [Seite 27]
6.2 - Uli Hellweg [Seite 28]
6.3 - Regine Keller [Seite 29]
6.4 - Matthias Sauerbruch [Seite 30]
6.5 - Wilfried Wang [Seite 31]
6.6 - Diébédo Francis Kéré and Michael Taylor [Seite 32]
7 - Session I.1 Regions, Cities, Neighborhoods: Planning Process [Seite 33]
7.1 - A Regional Approach Towards a Low Carbon Built Environment [Seite 34]
7.2 - Training Program About Energy Efficiency in Existing Buildings [Seite 40]
7.3 - Analysis on Factors of Summer Temperature Distribution in the Basin City [Seite 46]
7.4 - Towards Green Design Guidelines for Thermal Comfortable Streets [Seite 52]
7.5 - Energy Consumption Behaviour and Home Performance [Seite 58]
8 - Session I.2 Regions, Cities, Neighborhoods: Energy [Seite 64]
8.1 - Energy and Urban Form [Seite 76]
8.2 - Spatial Life Cycle Energy Model of Dwellings within a Bioregional Context [Seite 82]
8.3 - Embodied Energy at an Urban Scale [Seite 88]
8.4 - Designed Grids [Seite 94]
9 - Session I.3 Regions, Cities, Neighborhoods Outdoor: Thermal Comfort 1 [Seite 100]
9.1 - Design Choices and Comfort Outdoors in Sustainable Neighbourhoods [Seite 101]
9.2 - Effect of Canyon Geometry on Outdoor Thermal Comfort [Seite 107]
9.3 - The Human Bio-Meteorological Chart [Seite 113]
9.4 - Urban Human-Biometeorology Supports Urban Planning to Handle the Challenge by Increasing Severe Heat [Seite 119]
9.5 - Effect of High-Albedo Materials on Pedestrian Thermal Sensation in Urban Street Canyons in Hot Climates [Seite 125]
10 - Session I.4 Regions, Cities, Neighborhoods: Outdoor Thermal Comfort 2 [Seite 131]
10.1 - Thermal Walks [Seite 132]
10.2 - The Moderating Effects of Surface Cover Desert Vegetation on Thermal Sensation [Seite 138]
10.3 - Solar Shading Effects by Tree Species in an Urban Environment [Seite 144]
10.4 - Effect of Street Morphology on Microclimate in Residential Areas Following FAR Rule in Dhaka City [Seite 149]
10.5 - Analyzing The Relationship Between Local Urban Morphology and Predicted Thermal Perception [Seite 155]
11 - Session I.5 Regions, Cities, Neighborhoods: Quality Control [Seite 161]
11.1 - Evaluating the Impact of Low Carbon Communities on Household Energy Behaviours [Seite 162]
11.2 - Evaluating Thermal Performance of Residential Buildings in Different Urban Environments [Seite 168]
11.3 - Building Heating Consumptions under Present and Future Climate Scenarios [Seite 174]
11.4 - Comparison and Evaluation of Neighbourhood Sustainability Assessment Systems [Seite 180]
11.5 - From Zero Energy Buildings to Zero Energy Neighbourhood [Seite 186]
12 - Session I.6 Regions, Cities, Neighborhoods: Case Studies [Seite 192]
12.1 - Impact of Increasing the Height of Tel Aviv Buildings on Pedestrian Comfort and Building Energy Efficiency [Seite 193]
12.2 - Ventilation and Urban Morphology Relation [Seite 199]
12.3 - Urban Redevelopment and Microclimate Improvement [Seite 205]
12.4 - Weather Perception in Urban Public Spaces [Seite 211]
12.5 - Tur(i)ntogreen [Seite 217]
13 - Session II.1 Buildings: Refurbishment [Seite 223]
13.1 - Energy Efficient Retrofit of a Protected Building of Historical Significance [Seite 224]
13.2 - Energy Rehabilitation of Existing Hirstorical not Monumental Buildings [Seite 230]
13.3 - Keeping the Historical Heritage Alive [Seite 235]
13.4 - Eco-Retrofitting Very Old Dwellings [Seite 241]
13.5 - The European Foundation House [Seite 247]
14 - Session II.2 Buildings: Schools and Universities [Seite 252]
14.1 - Diagnosing and Transforming the Fiu-College of Architecture into a Net-Zero-Energy-Building by 2018 [Seite 253]
14.2 - Parametric Analysis of School Classroom Typologies Energy Performance [Seite 259]
14.3 - Environmentally Responsive School Buildings in The UK [Seite 266]
14.4 - Comfort and Energy Assessment of the First Italian Nearly Zero Energy Building [Seite 272]
14.5 - The Integral Classroom [Seite 278]
15 - Session II.3 Buildings: Residential Buildings [Seite 284]
15.1 - Oil Free Low Energy Heating and Cooling of a House in Litochoro Greece [Seite 285]
15.2 - IDEAhaus [Seite 290]
15.3 - Future Technologies in Le Corbusier's Environmental Conditioning Systems [Seite 296]
15.4 - Architecture Excellence and Environmental Performance [Seite 302]
15.5 - Livability Across Europe [Seite 308]
15.6 - Life Cycle Assessment and Zero Energy Residential Buildings [Seite 314]
16 - Session II.4 Buildings: Vernacular and Regional Architecture [Seite 320]
16.1 - Regional Narratives of Sustainable Architecture in Canada [Seite 321]
16.2 - Rediscovering Dwelling [Seite 327]
16.3 - Contribution of Bioclimatic Elements to Thermal Comfort [Seite 333]
16.4 - Learning From the Swahili Architecture in Mombasa/Kenya [Seite 339]
16.5 - Climate and Urban Design in the Maritime Public Spaces of Mediterranean Arab Cities [Seite 345]
17 - Session II.5 Buildings: Climate Responsive Architecture [Seite 351]
17.1 - Field Investigation of Comfort Temperature and the Adaptive Model in Japanese Houses [Seite 352]
17.2 - Manitoba Hydro Place [Seite 358]
17.3 - Carbon Neutral Living in a Modernised Settlement House [Seite 364]
17.4 - Sustainable and Passive Architecture in the Tropics [Seite 370]
17.5 - Adaptive Architecturing [Seite 376]
18 - Session II.6 Buildings: User Aspects [Seite 381]
18.1 - Summer Post Occupancy Evaluation of a Passivhaus Care Home in the UK [Seite 382]
18.2 - Investigation of Clothing Insulation and Thermal Comfort in Japanese Houses [Seite 388]
18.3 - Bioclimatic Design of Therapeutic Gardens for Children with Down Syndrome [Seite 394]
18.4 - Co-housing Case Studies in the UK [Seite 400]
18.5 - Analysis of Thermostat Control Behaviour in Dwellings [Seite 406]
18.6 - The Psychophysics of wellbeing [Seite 412]
19 - Session III.1 Buildings: Certification Systems [Seite 418]
19.1 - A New Norris House [Seite 425]
19.2 - Green Building Standards in MENA [Seite 431]
19.3 - Accounting for Electricity Gerneration for Net Zero Energy Balance [Seite Accounting for Electricity Gerneration for Net Zero Energy Balance]
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19.4 - A Parallel between the Brazilian Energy Labelling System and the Passivhaus Standard for Housing [Seite 443]
20 - Session III.2 Buildings: Performance Evaluation [Seite 449]
20.1 - Quantitative vs. Qualitative Methodologies to Investigate Environmental Control in the Workplace [Seite 450]
20.2 - Quantifying the Embodied Environmental Impact of Building Materials During Design [Seite 456]
20.3 - Optimisation of Heating Energy Demand and Thermal Comfort of a Courtyard-Atrium Dwelling [Seite 462]
20.4 - Scenario Testing of the Energy and Environmental Performance of the 'Glasgow House' [Seite 467]
20.5 - Exploiting BIM in Energy Efficient Refurbishment [Seite 473]
21 - Session III.3 Buildings: Knowledge Transfer and Governance [Seite 479]
21.1 - Towards Education for Sustainability in University Curricula and in the Practice of Design [Seite 480]
21.2 - Practical Relevance in Architectural Education [Seite 486]
21.3 - Embedding Sustainable Design in a Design-Build-Studio [Seite 492]
21.4 - Public Participation and Social Life [Seite 498]
21.5 - Sociotechnical Code-making in the United States [Seite 504]
22 - Session III.4 Buildings: Daylight [Seite 511]
22.1 - Daylight Dynamics to Guide Early Stage Design [Seite 512]
22.2 - Data Acquisition and Visualisation for IEQ Assessment [Seite 531]
22.3 - Investigation of the Luminous Environment in Louis I. kahn's Kimbell Art Museum [Seite 536]
22.4 - Comparison of Climate-Based Daylight in Two Integrated Simulation Tools [Seite 543]
23 - Session III.5 Buildings: Ventilation 1 [Seite 549]
23.1 - Impacts of 'Maximum Allowable Building Footprint' on Natural Ventilation in Apartment Building [Seite 550]
23.2 - Natural Ventilation and Indoor Noise Reduction [Seite 556]
23.3 - Passive Downdraft in California [Seite 562]
23.4 - Passive Downdraught Evaporative Cooling [Seite 568]
23.5 - Innovation in Natural Ventilation in Buildings' Design and Application [Seite 574]
24 - Session III.6 Buildings: Ventilation 2 [Seite 582]
24.1 - Multi-purpose Atrium in Future Sustainable School Design [Seite 583]
24.2 - A Process to Assist Architects Utilize Wind Information for Passive Cooling [Seite 589]
24.3 - Evaluating Natural Ventilation in Multistory Social Interest Housing [Seite 595]
24.4 - Ground Cooling Potential in a Mediterranean Climate [Seite 601]
24.5 - Natural Ventilation and Ground Cooling to Improve Thermal Comfort [Seite 607]
25 - Session IV.1 Buildings: Tools and Applications [Seite 613]
25.1 - Bolzano's Technology Park [Seite 614]
25.2 - Impact of Radiant Asymmetry on Thermal Comfort [Seite 619]
25.3 - Diagnosis of Physical Quality of Existing Social Housing without Thermal Considerations in Chile [Seite 624]
25.4 - The 'Deep Blue' Challenge - Human Architects vs. Computer Aided Optimization [Seite 630]
25.5 - Static and Dynamic Evaluation Methods for Energy Efficiency in Historical Buildings [Seite 636]
26 - Session IV.2 Buildings: Design Process [Seite 642]
26.1 - Environmental Simulation Tools in Architectural Practice [Seite 643]
26.2 - Knowledge Based Expert System Computer Aided Climate Responsive Integrated Approach to Architectural Design [Seite 649]
26.3 - HMC/ARCHLAB High Performance Architectural Design Process [Seite 655]
26.4 - Designing-In Performance [Seite 661]
27 - Session IV.3 Building Elements and Materials: Low Carbon [Seite 667]
27.1 - Thermal Inertia and Moisture Regulation of Straw Bale Buildings with Earth Plasters [Seite 668]
27.2 - Bamboo as an Industrialized Structural Urban Material [Seite 674]
27.3 - Natural Fibre Insulation in Rural Southern Chile [Seite 680]
27.4 - Bioluminescent Algae and Possible Implications in Architectural Design [Seite 686]
27.5 - Improvement of Cladding Insulation Panel for Sustainable Buildings [Seite 692]
28 - Session IV.4 Building Elements and Materials: Renewable Energies [Seite 696]
28.1 - Design Development and Construction of an Outdoor Testing Facility for STPV Modules [Seite 697]
28.2 - Active Building Envelopes [Seite 703]
28.3 - Roof Mounted Wind Turbines [Seite 709]
28.4 - Geothermal Ground Heat Exchangers in Malta [Seite 715]
28.5 - Performance Analysis of a Proposed Water Tube Heat Exchanger Space Cooling System in Kerala [Seite 721]
29 - Session IV.5 Building Elements and Materials: Building Envelope 1 [Seite 726]
29.1 - Visual and Thermal Performance Balance in Facade Design [Seite 727]
29.2 - Dynamic Building Skins [Seite 733]
29.3 - Adaptive Facades for Architecture [Seite 739]
29.4 - Effects of Roof Treatment on Thermal Performance of Residential Buildings in Dhaka [Seite 745]
29.5 - Thermal Performance of Retrofitted Envelopes with Internal Insulation [Seite 751]
30 - Session IV.6 Building Elements and Materials: Building Envelope 2 [Seite 757]
30.1 - Improving the Aesthetics of Photovoltaics [Seite 758]
30.2 - The Applicability of the Bioclimatic Facade [Seite 764]
30.3 - Thermal Performance of Two Vertical Greenery System in Warm Sub Humid Climate [Seite 770]
30.4 - How Membrane Materials Help to Improve Buildings Energy Efficiency Indoor Comfort and LCA Results [Seite 776]
30.5 - Thermal-Reflective Multilayer Insulation Systems in the Emergency Architecture [Seite 782]
31 - Poster Session V.1 Regions, Cities, Neighborhoods: Tools 1 [Seite 788]
31.1 - The Appliance of Parameterization Proposing Urban Projects [Seite 789]
31.2 - Analysis of Different Input Data for Assessing Mean Radiant Temperature [Seite 793]
31.3 - SCIM (Sustainable City Information Model) [Seite 799]
31.4 - Urban Densification and Pressure Coefficients of Buildings [Seite 804]
32 - Poster Session V.2 Regions, Cities, Neighborhoods: Tools 2 [Seite 810]
32.1 - Accessibility and Social Sustainability [Seite 811]
32.2 - Building Groups Design Strategies in Hot-Humid Climate [Seite 816]
32.3 - Building Energy Demand Based on Urban Morphology Analysis [Seite 822]
32.4 - Using Computer Simulations for Assessing Microclimatic Impacts of Urban Interventions [Seite 828]
32.5 - Multishading Masks: A New Method for Assessing Solar Penetration in Open Spaces [Seite 834]
32.6 - Genetic Algorithms Applied to Urban Growth Optimizing Solar Radiation [Seite 839]
33 - Poster Session V.3 Regions, Cities, Neighborhoods: Governance [Seite 845]
33.1 - Sustainable Development by the "in-Between Spaces" in Terms of Energy Performance Analysis in Brussels [Seite 846]
33.2 - A Morphological Generator of Urban Rules of Solar Control [Seite 853]
33.3 - Heat Island and Urban Morphology [Seite 859]
33.4 - The Application of Wind Information to the Urban Planning of Hong Kong [Seite 865]
33.5 - Historic Urban Landscapes [Seite 869]
34 - Poster Session V.4 Regions, Cities, Neighborhoods: Case Studies [Seite 874]
34.1 - The Impact of Cultural and Climatic Background on Thermal Sensation Votes [Seite 875]
34.2 - The Challenge of Sustainable Tourist Infrastructure in the Araucania Andina Chile [Seite 881]
34.3 - To Centralize or Not to Centralize [Seite 887]
34.4 - Parameters Contributing to the Design of a Successful Urban Pocket Park [Seite 893]
34.5 - Urban Thermal Behavior [Seite 899]
34.6 - A Cultural Center in Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel - A Green Gathering [Seite 904]
35 - Poster Session V.5 Buildings: User Aspects, Monitoring [Seite 910]
35.1 - Daylighting Wellbeing and Health for Industrial Employees [Seite 911]
35.2 - How Do Occupants Perceive the Building Performance [Seite 916]
35.3 - Thermal Performance of Low-Cost Single-Family One-Floor Housing Typologies in the South of Brazil [Seite 922]
35.4 - Comparison of Measured Indoor Environment for Social Housing in West Yorkshire, UK [Seite 927]
36 - Poster Session V.6 Building Elements and Materials [Seite 932]
36.1 - Recycled Packaging Material as an Upper Deck Ventilation System in Buildings [Seite 933]
36.2 - Testing the Performance of a Green Wall System on an Experimental Building in the Summer [Seite 938]
36.3 - Combined Effect of Window-To-Wall Ratio and Wall Composition [Seite 943]
36.4 - Thermal Performance of Green Roofs [Seite 949]
36.5 - Energetic Enhancement in Built Heritage [Seite 955]
37 - Poster Session VI.1 Buildings: Refurbishment [Seite 961]
37.1 - Block of Flats From 1958 Rejuvenated with Wood in 2012 [Seite 962]
37.2 - Methodology for Diagnosis of Real Condition of a Listed Building envelope for its refurbishment [Seite 967]
37.3 - Learning Sustainable Design From the Recent Past [Seite 973]
37.4 - Modelling Daylight for Preserving Identity [Seite 979]
38 - Poster Session VI.2 Buildings: Energy [Seite 985]
38.1 - Architecture Follows the Sun [Seite 986]
38.2 - Unpacking Overheating Risks Through Exposure Duration [Seite 992]
38.3 - Improving Airflow Performance Models for Passive Solar and Natural Ventilation Design [Seite 998]
38.4 - Performance Verification of the Free-cooling System in Summer and Moderate Seasons [Seite 1005]
38.5 - Toward Assessing the Sensitivity of Buildings to Changes in Climate [Seite 1011]
38.6 - Effectiveness of Natural Ventilation in Tall Residential Building in Tropical Climate [Seite 1018]
38.7 - Applying Computational Fluid Dynamics to Evaluate Thermal Building Comfort in Douala, Cameroon [Seite 1024]
38.8 - Air Infiltration in Chilean Housing [Seite 1030]
38.9 - Guidelines for Residential Zero Energy Buildings by an Integrated Design Approach with a Support Toolbox [Seite 1036]
39 - Poster Session VI.3 Buildings: Residential Buildings [Seite 1042]
39.1 - Exhaust Ventilation through a Wind Tower [Seite 1043]
39.2 - Assessing the Potential of Affordable Passivhaus Tenement Housing in Urban Glasgow [Seite 1048]
39.3 - Passive Cooling for Houses on Water in Brunei Darussalam [Seite 1054]
39.4 - Verification of the Thermal Behaviour of Dwellings Designed with Bioclimatic Criteria [Seite 1060]
40 - Poster Session VI.4 Buildings: Daylight [Seite 1066]
40.1 - Alvar Aalto's Daylight Devices [Seite 1073]
40.2 - Placement of Semi-Enclosed Spaces and Energy Demand [Seite 1092]
40.3 - Optimum Gradual Glazing in Atria for Optimized Daylight Performance in the Adjacent Spaces [Seite 1099]
40.4 - Potential for Energy Savings by Using Daylighting and Hybrid Ventilation in Brazil [Seite 1105]
41 - Poster Session VI.5 Buildings: Knowledge Transfer and Governance [Seite 1111]
41.1 - Legislation Disincentives and Low Energy Buildings [Seite 1112]
41.2 - Renewable Energy Sources Technologies in the Built Environment [Seite 1118]
41.3 - ClimaDesign Competition [Seite 1123]
41.4 - Immaterial Design [Seite 1129]
41.5 - Energy Efficiency Regulations and the Process of Architecture Design of Buildings [Seite 1134]
41.6 - Seed Certification [Seite 1140]
42 - Poster Session VI.6 Buildings: Case Study [Seite 1145]
42.1 - Thermal Comfort in the Pedagogical College of the State University of Maring, Brazil [Seite 1146]
42.2 - Application of the Cradle to Cradle Paradigm to a Housing Unit in Switzerland [Seite 1152]
42.3 - Exploring the First European Residential Project Receiving the Outstanding BREEAM Certificate [Seite 1164]
42.4 - Office Building Energy Benchmarking Comparison [Seite 1176]

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