ETS2 - Environment + Energy - Group A

This course aims to show how every decision architects make has an immediate and quantifiable impact in terms of the environment of the buildings we inhabit. The course is structured as part-lecture, part-workshop to equip students with the analogue and digital analytical techniques to inform fundamental design decisions. The submission for the course is a detailed study of environment/energy in each student's home, demonstrating the application of the analytical methodologies.

TS2 - Environment & Energy - Exercise 4 - How good is my home at Losing heat?

EXERCISE 4A : How good is my home at loosing heat?
As discussed in the lecture, there are two factors which you need to take into account :

TS2 - Environment & Energy - Lecture no. 3 - Light & Air

This lecture explores how two important passive strategies of daylighting and natural ventilation were used as a fundamental design driver in the O'Donnell Tuomey LSE Saw Swee Hock Student Centre,

TS2 - Environment & Energy - Lecture no. 4 - FAT Architecture

In this lecture - we look at heat loss as a driver of low energy buildings, and how it informs architectural deisgn in terms of material and geometry.

ETS2 - Environment & Energy - Lecture 06 - Acoustics

Lecture no. 6 looks at the sonic environment - and how acoustic considerations inform spatial and material considerations in architectural design

TS2 - Environment & Energy - Lecture no. 5 - What should Green mean?

Sustainability as an idea often differs from sustainability as a practice. In this lecture, we ask what should 'green' mean? Should it mean how are buildings are designed in terms of proportion?


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