• Introduction of Ecological Architecture
    • School of Naval Architecture,Ocean & Civil Engineering
    • Credit. 2
    • AR411
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    • CURRENT
    • Spring , 2015
    • 735
    • Course Description:
    • ( Exchange Programme )
    • This is an elective course for architecture students. This course integrates architecture, material, bio climate, environment and thermal. The multidisciplinary features increase the complexity of teaching, but allow development space for environmental design. The course helps students systematically and empirically to learning and to accumulate the basics of environmental design, the basic concepts and ideas of ecological architecture. It helps students to understand and master the application of theory and practice of ecological building design and gradually establish a personalized ecological architectural concept and practice.
    • Course Syllabus:
    • After completing the course, students should:
      1. To understand the basic concepts and principles of Environmental Design.
      2. To investigate a design problem which requires the integration and resolution of particular environmental control issues, specifically: day lighting & solar control; natural ventilation and thermal performance
      3. To explore the implications of integrating environmental control strategies at the formative stages of a design proposal
      4. Participate in an Environmental Design competition to learn the integrated application of various types of Environmental Design strategies.
    • Schedule:
    • Topics / Credit hours
      1.Introduced the concept of environmental design, understanding the evolving crisis of the natural environment and its resources, and the importance of sustainable development. /2 Credit hours
      2.The basic principles of the impact of climate on building design, climate analysis methods, climate adjustment strategies and their application in the design. /2 Credit hours
      3.Building climate analysis methods. Analysis of the base climate conditions and the surrounding microclimate through different climate software, which helps to guide the design Introduce the usage of Climate Consultant and Psychrometric Chart software. /2 Credit hours
      4.Introduction to and evaluation of basic natural day lighting strategies. Architectural lighting performance analysis. /2 Credit hours
      5.Natural ventilation strategies in building design. The introduction of different types of natural ventilation. /2 Credit hours
      6.Field Trip 1: Green Building Visit/2 Credit hours
      7.Natural Ventilation 2: Application of different natural ventilation strategies in environmental design. /2 Credit hours
      8.Presentation of Task 1:Group Presentation (Environmental design:Climate analysis and Planning & Environmental Design Strategy) /2 Credit hours
      9.Passive cooling overview and the usage of passive cooling methods in the history in residential buildings. /2 Credit hours
      10.Different passive cooling strategies: radiation thermal cooling, evaporative cooling, ground source cooling/2 Credit hours
      11.The application of different passive solar design strategies/2 Credit hours
      12.Building performance analysis software introduction. Analysis of building performance in the early stage of design. /2 Credit hours
      13.Building energy consumption analysis software, including cooling and heating load. /2 Credit hours
      14.Field Trip 2: : Green Building /2 Credit hours
      15.Guest Lecture: Sustainable Architecture Design /2 Credit hours
      16.Task 2 Presentation: Group Presentation(Testing the Strategy and Design Development) /2 Credit hours
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  • Prerequisite Course:

    Architectural design and principles

  • Textbooks:

    1. Green Architecture, James Wines, Edited by Philip Jodidio. 2000. ISBN:3-8228-6303-3
  • Grading:

    10%/ Attendance and classroom performance
    40%/ First Assignment
    50%/ Final Assignment
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