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Dorms at Berkeley : an environmental analysis

  title={Dorms at Berkeley : an environmental analysis},
  author={Murray Silverstein and Sim Van der Ryn},
Nations, according to their beliefs and to their community found a solution to shelter unaccompanied teenage girls regardless of its suitability and positions. This study intends to provide some
An ontology to represent synthetic building occupant characteristics and behavior
Post-occupancy evaluation: A diagnostic tool to establish and sustain inclusive access in Kyrenia Town Centre
Inclusive access criteria and significance of post-occupancy evaluation (POE) for establishing and sustaining social inclusion in urban centres are examined and should be a necessary component of design process in order for determining what is needed to create the most inclusive environment.
Educating a ‘Creative Class’: Anti-Disciplinary School Architecture in the Early 1970s
ABSTRACT In 1970, Sim Van der Ryn, professor of architecture at the University of California in Berkeley, together with a group of collaborators, who included the schoolchildren themselves, embarked
The Perspective of Turkey in the Post Occupancy Evaluation Studies
The deficiencies were discovered in the implementation of the method in Turkey and the development of country-specific evaluation protocols, the importance of the evaluation method was emphasized, and the need to improve the deficiencies was stated.
From Linear Delivery Process to Life Cycle Phases: The Validity of the Concept of Building Performance Evaluation
The first precursors to post-occupancy evaluation (POE) started in the US with studies of dormitories in the late 1960s. Van der Ryn and Silverstein (1967) carried out case study evaluations of
Smart energy dorms: Social and environmental analysis of Studentato San Bartolomeo
European energy politics, usually focused on the single building scale, are now broadening their field of interest towards a wider context, defining more adequate intervention strategies aiming at
Effectiveness of design standards in improving residence hall usability and satisfaction
“Universal design is a process that enables and empowers a diverse population by improving human performance, health and wellness, and social participation” (Steinfeld and Maisel 2012). The designers
International Journal of Architectural Research
Eventually, you will categorically discover a further experience and completion by spending more cash. yet when? reach you tolerate that you require to acquire those every needs in the manner of