Green buildings pay : design, productivity and ecology / Brian W. Edwards and Emanuele Naboni.

Author
Edwards, Brian, 1944- [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Εdition
Third edition.
Published/​Created
London : Routledge, 2013.
Description
xvii, 272 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm

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Subject(s)
Related name
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Case studies [Browse]
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Pt. One The Greening Of The Property Industry -- 1. How do green buildings pay? -- 1.1. New evidence that green buildings produce wide economic and social benefits -- 1.2. The procurement and marketability of green offices: experiences from Sheppard Robson and the British Council for Offices -- 1.3. 2009 BCO Guide to Specification -- pt. Two The Greening Of Architectural Practice And Design -- 2. Designing green buildings -- 2.1. Designing green buildings: the impact of LCA, BREEAM and LEED -- 2.2. How do architectural practices deal with sustainability? An international comparison -- 3. Research and development for green buildings -- 3.1. Developing the knowledge base for practice -- 3.2. Environmental simulation tools for designers -- 3.3. Post-occupancy evaluation (POE) and the responsibility of architects -- 3.4. Occupancy satisfaction in different types of offices -- 4. New approaches to the design of offices -- 4.1. Innovation, institutional change and the design of offices: green strategies and varying typologies -- 4.2. Performance and productivity in the workplace -- 4.3. Form, technology and energy: efficiency through architectural and mechanical means -- 4.4. The importance of the facade -- 4.5. The importance of roofs to sustainability -- 4.6. The importance of the atrium -- pt. Three Case Studies Of Green Office Design -- Introduction to Part Three and a note on methodology and objectives -- 5. The US and Canadian cases -- 5.1. Hearst Tower, New York, by Foster + Partners -- 5.2. Bank of America Tower, New York by Cook + Fox Architects -- 5.3. New York Times Building by Renzo Piano with Fox & Fowle -- 5.4. San Francisco Federal Building by Morphosis Architects -- 5.5. Genzyme HQ Cambridge, MA, by Behnisch Architects -- 5.6. US Census Bureau, Maryland, by SOM -- 5.7. NASA Sustainability Base by William McDonough + Partners -- 5.8. Manitoba Hydro Place, Winnipeg, by KPMB Architects -- 6. The UK cases -- 6.1. Environmental Building, Watford, by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios -- 6.2. BDP Office, Manchester, by BDP -- 6.3. Wessex Water HQ Bath, by Bennetts Associates -- 6.4. The Woodland Trust HQ Grantham, by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios -- 7. Green office refurbishments -- 7.1. New business realities -- 7.2. West End House, London, by 3D Reid Architects -- 7.3. Queen Elizabeth II Court, Winchester, by Bennetts Associates -- 8. Danish green offices -- 8.1. VKR Group HQ, near Copenhagen, by Hvidt & Mølgaard -- 8.2. Rambøll HQ Copenhagen, by Dissing+Weitling -- pt. Four Educational Buildings -- 9. Sustainability and education: buildings as carriers of ecological messages -- 9.1. Kroon Hall Forestry Building, Yale University, by Hopkins Architects -- 9.2. Global Ecology Center, Stanford University, by EHDD -- 9.3. Green Lighthouse, University of Copenhagen, by Christensen & Co. Architects -- 9.4. California Academy of Sciences by Renzo Piano with Stantec -- 9.5. City of Westminster College, London, by Schmit Hammer Lassen -- 9.6. Sidwell Friends Quaker School, Washington, DC, by Kieran Timberlake Architects -- pt. Five Emerging Projects -- 10. Green offices in emerging economies -- 10.1. China -- 10.2. The Gulf region -- pt. Six Conclusions -- 11. The value of g̀reen' to business and education.
ISBN
  • 9780415685344 (hardback)
  • 0415685346 (hardback)
  • 9780415685351 (pb)
  • 0415685354 (pb)
  • 0203082389 (ebook)
  • 9780203082386 (ebook)
LCCN
2012018510
OCLC
778425853
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