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ARC 254 Envıro n mental C ontro l S tudıo 201 1 -201 2 Spring Term

DEPARTMENT of ARCHITECTURE. INTERNATIONAL BURCH UNIVERSITY. ARC 254 Envıro n mental C ontro l S tudıo 201 1 -201 2 Spring Term. Ahmetspahic Erna eahmetspahic @ ibu.edu.ba. Timetable and office hours. Class Schedule: Tuesday 13:00-17:00 Office Hour: Open D oor Policy.

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ARC 254 Envıro n mental C ontro l S tudıo 201 1 -201 2 Spring Term

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  1. DEPARTMENT of ARCHITECTURE INTERNATIONAL BURCH UNIVERSITY ARC 254 Envıronmental Control Studıo 2011-2012 Spring Term Ahmetspahic Ernaeahmetspahic@ibu.edu.ba

  2. Timetable and office hours • Class Schedule: Tuesday 13:00-17:00 • Office Hour: Open Door Policy

  3. Course Objectives • Students will be provided with knowledge on aspects of building environment controls related to architectural planning and design. • To understand the functions and characteristics of environmental control systems and their place in the development of architectural concepts; • Eviromental control studio offers student an understandind systems in design, e.g. (1) visual, (2) spatial, and (3) performance.

  4. Textbooks * Mat Santamouris, Environmental Design of Urban buildings: An Integrated Approach * Moore, Fuller, Environmental control systems: heating, cooling, lighting. McGraw-Hill, 1993. * Baird, George, The Architectural Expression of Environmental Control Systems. Taylor & Francis , 2001. * Peter F. Smith , Arhitecture in a climat of change . A guide to sustainable design . 2005

  5. Brief Contents • Week 1: Course Introduction. CLIMATE as an context. • Week 2: DESIGN STRATEGIES. Streets. Open spaces. Buildings. • Week 3: DESIGN STRATEGIES. Buildings.Zoned organizations. • Week 4: Fundamentals of LIGHT. Daylighting. Electric lighting. • Week 5: ACOUSTICS Design. Fundamentals of Sound. • Week 6: RENEWABLE TECHNOLOGIES. • Week 7: Sustainable design. Solar arhitecture.PASSIVE SYSTEM • Week 8: EXISTING housing: a challenge and opportunity. • Week 9: MIDTERM EXAM • Week 10: HVAC System • Week 11: Natural Ventilation .HVAC : VENTILATION • Week 12: HVAC: HEATING & COOLING SYSTEMS • Week 13: Energy Code. WIND + WATER • Week 14: Course evaluation + review.

  6. Grading Attendance 5% Activity and participation 5% Studio project 40% Midterm Exam 20% Final Exam 30%

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