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authors Forgber, U., Kohler, N., Koch, N., Schmidt, F. and Haller. R.
year 1997
title Integration of Sustainable Approaches in the Building Design Process
source Firenze International Conference for Teachers of Architecture, 16.-18. October 1997, Firenze, Italy
summary Sustainable approaches in the choice of building components require attentive control of the building design and complex analyses of the behavior of chosen components and their ecological balance. One strategy to support sustainable approaches is the technique of integrated planing. Integrated planing comprises both, horizontal (interdisciplinary teams) and vertical (building life cycle oriented) integration. Its realization requires the ability to view a building under different aspects (e.g. views of domain experts) and at different stages over time (preliminary design, design, construction, operation, demolition). These different views can only be considered at once, if different approaches in various areas such as computer aided design (CAD), modeling (PDM), and cooperation (CORBA) are integrated into one working environment. Over the last decade, the Institut für Industrielle Bauproduktion (ifib), University of Karlsruhe, Germany and the Institut für Kernenergetik und Energiesysteme (IKE), University of Stuttgart (Germany), have investigated various tools and techniques, supporting the implementation of these approaches. Several research projects were subject to experiments in this context.
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email volker.koch@ifib.uni-karlsruhe.de
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