PLEA 2006

23rd International Conference on
Passive and Low Energy Architecture
Geneva Switzerland 6 – 8 September 2006

Day 1, 6th September

11:00 Technical sessions Paper/Vol.-Page
Auditorium Paxton - Lessons from traditional architecture

 
1. Windows as environmental Modifies in Lebanese vernacular architecture
Habib MELKI 884 / l-75
2. Applying the lessons of Indian Vernacular architecture: the bungalow as example of
adaptive climatic response
Kimberly KRAMER 767 / l-69
3. H.AM.M.A.M. project and climate design of Islamic bath buildings
Jean BOUILLOT 967/ l-889
4. The historic Hammāms of Damascus and Fez: lessons of sustainability and future
developments
Magda SIBLEY 971/ l-81
5. Lighting features in Japanese traditional architecture
J. M. CABEZA-LAINEZ, T. SAIKI, J. M. ALMODOVAR-MELENDO,
J. R. JIMÉNEZ-VERDEJO 773 / l-113

 

Trombe Hall - Comfort and well-being in indoor and outdoor spaces

1. The influence of daylight design in office buildings on the users comfort
Heide SCHUSTER 847 / l-447
2. User interactions with environmental control systems in buildings
A. MAHDAVI, E. KABIR, A. MOHAMMADI, L. LAMBEVA, C. PRÖGLHÖF 862 / l-399
3. Users’ perception of comfort and well-being in university buildings
Euphrosyne TRIANTIS, Flora BOUGIATIOTI, Aineias OIKONOMOU 951 / l-405
4. Natural light and environmental stress
I. FONSECA, M. M. PORTO, A. FANCHIOTTI, A. GONÇALVES 191 / l-441
5. Conceptualizing urban places as a ‘fourth skin’
Sanda LENZHOLZER 811 / l-465

Bowen Hall - Strategies and tools for renovation

1. Passive cooling of existing office buildings – proposal for a building typology
C. HOFFMANN, K. VOSS 160 / l-585
2. Zero energy housing retrofit
Brenda VALE, Robert VALE 304 / l-573
3. Conversion design of solar houses from active to passive
Ken-ichi KIMURA 840 / l-603
4. The comprehensive housing renovation approach
Michiel HAM, Rob WOUTERS 220 / ll-705
5. “Brand new second hand” upgrading of a block of flats (b.1956) through energy
efficient renovation
Michael KUBIN, Michiel HAM 221/ ll-869
6. Domestic retrofitting strategies in the UK: effectiveness versus affordability
Padma MAHADEVAN 580 / ll-711

14:00 Technical sessions
Auditorium Paxton - Lessons from traditional architecture

1. The environmental performance of traditional courtyard housing in China
– case study: Zhang’s house, Zhouzhuang, Jiangsu Province
Brian Ford, Benson LAU, Hong-Ru ZHANG 990 / l-119
2. Analysis of the units contributing climate comfort condition in outdoor spaces in
Turkish traditional architecture
Saadet Armağan GÜLEÇ, Fatih CANAN, Mustafa KORUMAZ 800 / ll-103
3. The Vernacular as a model for sustainable design
Amanda HEAL, Caroline PARADISE, Wayne FORSTER 896 / ll-111
4. Shifting comfort zone for hot-humid environments
Kitchai JITKHAJORNWANICH 842 / ll-125
5. Wee energy house; environmentally responsive architecture for rural Northern Ireland
Joy-Anne FLEMING 610 / ll-137
6. Traditional architecture and bioclimatic design - case study: Tecozautla, Hgo. Mexico
Rosalia MANRÍQUEZ, Victor FUENTES, Luis GUERRERO 889 / ll-899

Technical sessions
Trombe Hall - Comfort and well-being in indoor and outdoor spaces

1. Ground surface materials and microclimates in urban open spaces
Angeliki CHATZIDIMITRIOU, Niobe CHRISSOMALLIDOU, Simos YANNAS 981 / ll-485
2. Effect of urban geometry on surface temperatures of ‘skin’ materials in Greek cities
Flora BOUGIATIOTI 165 / l-471
3. Effect of external ground surface materials on indoor thermal comfort
Tzu-Ping LIN, Ruey-Lung HWANG, Ming-Jen CHENG 604 / l-495
4. Ventilation investigations in a densely built up area of Hong Kong to describe thermal
comfort
Lutz KATZSCHNER, Edward NG 715 / l-511
5. Caring buildings; a concept to implement individual comfort and well-being
(E. QUANJEL) W. ZEILER, R. van HOUTEN, R. KAMPHUIS, M. HOMMELBERG 163 / ll-473
6. A study on the thermal comfort range considering adjustment actions by residents
T. FUKAZAWA, N. SUNAGA, K. MATSUDA, Y. CHIBA, M. OZAKI 932 / ll-479

Technical sessions
Bowen Hall - Design strategies and tools

1. Thermal rehabilitation: assignment of balconies into conservatories;
the ‘Libellules’ case study.
Reto CAMPONOVO, Jean-Yves MAGNIN, Peter GALLINELLI 994 / l-931
2. Problems of house energy rating (HERS) in warms-humid climates
Steven SZOKOLAY 846 / l-233
3. CEN Standards for implementing the European directive on energy performance of
buildings
Claude-Alain ROULET, Brian ANDERSON 183 / l-221
4. Ecologically sustainable development and architecture: the impact of rating tools
C. LAMBORN, S. ALTOMONTE, M. LUTHER, R.FULLER 153 / ll-147
5. New building principles in consequence of legislative demands for reduced
energy consumption in Danish housing
Rasmus ZEDERKOF JESSEN, Poul Henning KIRKEGAARD, Henrik BROHUS 843 / l-239
6. Why are rating schemes always wrong? Regulatory frameworks for passive design
and energy efficiency
(Yu LIU) M. KORJAMSHIDI, S. KING & D. PRASAD 176 / ll-153

16:30 Technical sessions
Auditorium Paxton - Lessons from traditional architecture

1. The four elements of Santorini architecture lessons in vernacular sustainability
Thanos STASINOPOULOS 783 / ll-73
2. Learning from the past: the traditional compact city in hot-humid climates
Gisela DIAZ, Ana Ma. de la PEÑA, Alfonso ALFONSO 556 / ll-19
3. Lessons from traditional architecture: design for a climatic responsive contemporary
house in Thailand
Paruj ANTARIKANANDA, Elena DOUVLOU, Kevin McCARTNEY 725 / ll-43
4. Shape, culture and environment: a lesson of urban design from Dakhleh oasis, Egypt
Riccardo BALBO 882 / ll-49
5. Bioclimatic elements for traditional Romanian houses
Niclolae PETRASINCU, Laurentiu FARA 975 / ll-85
6. Shekhawati: urbanism in the semi-desert of India – a climatic study
Avlokita AGRAWAL, R K JAIN, Rita AHUJA 978 / l-901

Technical sessions
Trombe Hall - Comfort and well-being in indoor and outdoor spaces

1. Roof cooling techniques
Evyatar ERELL, Simos YANNAS, Jose MOLINA 646 / ll-571
2. Environment and urbanization: Microclimatic variations in a brownfield site in
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Denise DUARTE, Joana GONÇALVES 839 / ll-497
3. Thermal comfort and building energy consumption in the Philippine context
Mary Myla ANDAMON 730 / ll-547
4. Thermal comfort & reduced flood risk through green roofs in the tropics
Michael LAAR, Friedrich Wilhelm GRIMME 312 / ll-577
5. Towards a safe sun-bathing canopy
Christina MACKAY 768 / ll-581
6. Comfort in the science garden
Susan UBBELOHDE, George LOISOS, Santosh PHILIP 973 / ll-523

Technical sessions
Bowen Hall - Low energy design at the urban scale

1. Urban form, density and solar potential
V. CHEN, K. STEEMERS, M. MONTAVON, R. COMPAGNON 904 / l-701
2. Optimising energy use in master planning
S. STANKOVIC, N. CAMPBELL, W. GAISER, A. STONE 189 / ll-855
3. Participative retrofit of the “îlot 13” area in Geneva
Morten GISSELBAEK, Peter HAEFELI, Pierre HOLLMULLER 941 / ll-1049
4. Applying GIS tools for analysing urban thermal environment
Léa Cristina Lucas de SOUZA, Antônio Nélson Rodrigues da SILVA 121 / ll-741
5. Façades design and environmental performance in building in Chiado
Natasha REDIN, Manuel CORREIA GUEDES 145 / l-269
 

 

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