This book offers a practical guide to embedding energy modelling in architectural practice. With expert contributions from leading architects and practices, this book illustrates architects’ approaches to learning, sharing and integrating energy modelling across a range of design projects, in both small and large firms in the UK and internationally. Discussing the practical and business implications of embedding energy modelling in practice, this is an essential manual for the energy-literate architect.
1. Organizational responses to energy analysis /modelling in architecture *Energy analysis in architecture – whose role is it anyway? *Energy analysis and literacy- components *Focus on techniques, software and expertise-insights from research 2. Small firms: Energy modelling- The story, data and detail *bere:architects - learning from POE: the data and the detail *Prewett Bizley – testing and trialling PHPP *Tonkin Liu – resource efficiencies and gains 3. Medium firms: The process, parts and possibilities *Architype – developing a culture *Henning Larsen – discovery and experimentation *Kieran Timberlake – relationships across and between 4. Large firms: The teams, people and rules *AHMM- snowballing from big to small *Feilden Clegg Bradley – the individual and the team *HOK - Leaders and leadership