1 edition of Integral sustainable design found in the catalog.
Integral sustainable design
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||NK1520 .D45 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781849713122, 9781849712026|
|LC Control Number||2010031428|
Integral Sustainable Design. Integrated Sustainable Design of Buildings. The book aims to provide a guide to members of design and masterplanning teams on how to deliver sustainable development and buildings cost effectively, meeting current and emerging UK and international statutory and planning requirements. Using a series of. The approach of Integral Sustainable Design (ISD) is the interpretation of Integral Theory (IT) for the ‘sustainable design movement’ and its proponents hope that it will “help create a breakthrough in the effectiveness” of that movement (DeKay & Bennett, xxi).IT is the general theory of the American philosopher, Ken Wilber, for understanding the complexities of theories.
From different integral framings the climate crisis looks radically different and its solutions also vary. As author and editor of a book on integral sustainable design, we each have 13 years of. This book offers practical and theoretical tools for more effective sustainable design solutions and for communicating sustainable design ideas to today's diverse uses integral theory to make sense of the many competing ideas in this area and offers a powerful conceptual framework for sustainable designers through the four main.
His approach is thoroughly integral, taking up Wilber’s classic integral theory, more or less a version of “Wilber-4,” clarifying and extending this meta-theory in service of creating and advancing sustainable design as discipline and practice. Tags: nature, integral theory, Architecture, Sustainable Design., Michael Schwartz. Integral Sustainable Design (Hardback) $ Construction in the Landscape (Hardback) $ Integrated Sustainable Design of Buildings (Hardback) $ Solar Home Design Manual for Cool Climates (Paperback) $ Postage & Packaging Canada $8 + $ per additional book.
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The first volume of Sustainable Building design manual focuses on policy and regulatory mechanisms, while the second volume expounds on the process of green architecture by combining concepts and technologies with best practices for each integral design component.
These serve as a basis for assessing building performance and meeting sustainability goals through appropriate strategies and 3/5(4). method is Integrated Sustainable Design (ISD).
The paper begins with an overview of ISD and then describes how the results of using the tool can be mapped and visualized in a three dimensional way.
Integral Sustainable Design ISD is based on Integral Theory, the philosophical approach proposed by the American philosopher, Ken. DeKay, M., & Guzowski, M. A model for integral sustainable design explored through American Solar Energy Society - Solar 35th ASES Annual Conf., 31st ASES National Passive Solar Conf., 1st ASES Policy and Marketing Conf., ASME Solar Energy Division Int.
Solar Energy Conference (Vol. pp. ).(American Solar Energy Society - Solar 35th Cited by: 3. Integral sustainable design theory offers a chance to rethink our approach and to genuinely shift paradigms. The theory is challenging and to date has been largely ignored in architectural design.
This paper describes research that has used the theory to evaluate the Cited by: 3. Theory. The intention of sustainable design is to "eliminate negative environmental impact completely through skillful, sensitive design".
Integral sustainable design book Manifestations of sustainable design require renewable resources, impact the environment minimally, and connect people with the natural environment. “Human beings don't have a pollution problem; they have a design problem.
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Sustainable Design. Sustainable design seeks to reduce negative impacts on the environment, and the health and comfort of building occupants, thereby improving building performance. The basic objectives of sustainability are to reduce consumption of non-renewable resources, minimize waste, and create healthy, productive environments.
This book offers practical and theoretical tools for more effective sustainable design solutions and for communicating sustainable design ideas to today's diverse stakeholders.
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For full list and citations, see Curriculum Vita above. All publications, except books, are available in PDF on Books. Book descriptions and illustrations are available at the GreenVision Studio web site. Integral Sustainable Design: Transformative Perspectives on Amazon.
Sun, Wind & Light: Architectural Design Strategies, 3rd edition (2 vols) on Amazon. This paper will examine the promise of Integral Theory as a framework for sustainability that unites the subjective and objective aspects of human existence. Furthermore, Mark DeKay’s Integral Sustainable Design and Barrett’s Whole System Change Methodologies, which both use Integral Theory as their foundation, will also be discussed.
A really good start at answering the question has been made by New York architect and designer David Bergman, in his new book Sustainable Design: A Critical Guide from Princeton Architectural Press.
Integral Sustainable Design is a powerful and transformative framework that helps organize thinking, research, and design to achieve high levels of performance, ecologically integrated solutions, culturally connected initiatives, and green design aesthetics. Bjørn Heyerdahl interviewed on a global model of sustainability, based on The Earth Charter, at UPEACE, Costa Rica, with the Earth Charter Secretariat.
Sustainable Design for the Built Environment marks the transition of sustainable design from a specialty service to the mainstream approach for creating a healthy and resilient built environment.
This groundbreaking and transformative approach introduces sustainable design in a clear, concise, easy-to-read format. This book takes the reader deep into the foundations of sustainable design. ISD Part I, The four perspectives of integral sustainable design: Touching all the bases of the sustainable design world introduction.
Early in the book, Taggart references the American philosopher Ken Wilber’s Integral Theory, believing it to be one of the best models for sustainable design, embracing as it does both subjective and objective human experience. He further notes. 25 Books on Sustainable Design.
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It brings Integral Theory to design in a simple but profound way. –Ken Wilber, author, The Integral Vision, the world’s most published and translated living philosopher. Sustainable Design through Process Integration: Fundamentals and Applications to Industrial Pollution Prevention, Resource Conservation, and Profitability Enhancement, Second Edition, is an important textbook that provides authoritative, comprehensive, and easy-to-follow coverage of the fundamental concepts and practical techniques on the use of process integration to maximize the efficiency.
Integral Sustainable Design: Transformative Perspectives. Author: Mark DeKay Author info: Chair of Graduate Architecture, Associate Professor of Architecture and Director of Graduate Studies in the College of Architecture and Design Publication Date: May Publisher: Earthscan Publications Ltd.
Synopsis: This book offers practical and theoretical tools for more effective sustainable design. We certainly appreciate books focused on modern, sustainable home design and building from the ground up — and Conran’s insights can be applied to new home construction projects. But what we love most about this book is the focus on making eco-friendly upgrades to existing structures.
The author illustrates an incredibly broad range of.