30 Credits SPRING

Pre-requisites: None



Aims/Description: This unit is the second in a sequence of two which are studio-based. It builds upon the foundations laid by ARC6841 Sustainable Design Project 1. The unit provides practical workshops in methods for evaluating the thermal performance, provision of daylighting, ventilation and embodied energy of a design project. The unit also guides students through the complexity of adopting a holistic approach to design which addresses the social, economic and environmental aspects of sustainable architecture.

Restrictions on availability: Yes restricted to PGT and PGR students in the School of Architecture

Staff Contact: Aidan Hoggard
Teaching Methods: Seminars, Tutorials, Fieldwork, Independent Study, Review sessions
Assessment: Course work, Portfolio assessment

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