Evaluation of environmental design strategies for university buildings

@article{Lawrence2019EvaluationOE,
  title={Evaluation of environmental design strategies for university buildings},
  author={Ranald Lawrence and Mohamed Elsayed and Charlotte Keime},
  journal={Building Research \& Information},
  year={2019},
  volume={47},
  pages={883 - 900}
}
ABSTRACT This paper examines the performance of environmental strategies in seven recently constructed or refurbished university buildings in the UK. These buildings contain a range of administrative spaces, classrooms, libraries and studios, reflecting their often complex, multi-use, heterogeneous nature. The key features of each environmental strategy are described (including passive, mixed-mode or active systems), in the context of the occupants and spaces they serve and the level of… 
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