AIA+2030 Session III
Accentuate the Positive - Climate Responsive Design
Conventional building design presumes that a building’s energy will be imported in the form of electricity and fuel. Integrated design accounts for on-site resources, as well as minimizing unwanted environmental conditions. In this session, we’ll explore using climate data and site characteristics to conduct a Site Resource Inventory to inform building design and lower building energy loads. This will set the stage for future sessions that will address specific strategies in more detail.
AIA+2030 Learning Objectives
- Produce a building form and orientation strategy that is responsive to site and climatic factors.
- Explain why climate responsive design reduces the energy load of a building.
- List the site and climate factors that impact a building’s performance.
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