Space planning and energy efficiency in office spaces: the role of spatial and temporal diversity
Musau, F. and Steemers, K., 2008. Space planning and energy efficiency in office spaces: the role of spatial and temporal diversity. Architectural Science Review, 51 (2), pp. 133-145.
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This work investigates the impact on energy use, of the different ways in which office spaces can be organised and/or used. It explores typical office layouts, utilisation densities and intensities on a good practice base case shell. This is done using the TAS, Lightscape, and Excel software packages. For the typical 50% occupancy, the analysis indicates variations in combined thermal and lighting loads of up to 16% and 51% during the UK peak winter and summer respectively. The respective per capita load variations are up to 80% and 16%. The analysis demonstrates that space planning and utilisation have significant impacts on energy use and are important in assessing energy performance.
|Creators||Musau, F.and Steemers, K.|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design > Architecture & Civil Engineering|
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