This research presents a study of Functionalistic Nordic housing by appraising the Regenerative Sustainable Design qualities of four projects built before the energy crisis of the 1970s and by comparing them to four projects created after the year 2000 when Sustainable Design became an explicit target, and the concept of Regenerative Design was not widespread. The functionalist projects are Erskine’s Box, Aalto's Helsinki House, Jacobsen's, Gotfred Rodes Vej House, and Korsmo's Planetveien House. The recent case studies selected are AART Architects’ Home for Life, Henning Larsen’s Adaptable House, Rune’s Tind Prefabricated House and Kaminsky Architecture’s Villa Nyborg. The Regenerative Design Sustainable Features of the case studies are studied qualitatively considering aspects such as Biophilia, Salutogenesis, Human Centric Design and quantitatively analysing Daylighting Distribution, Operational and Embodied Energy. Site visits, literature review, and computer simulation are the used methods.
|Titolo:||The regenerative sustainable design of modernist Nordic houses. A qualitative and quantitative comparison with contemporary cases|
NABONI, Emanuele (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||2.1 Contributo in volume(Capitolo di libro)|