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Modul 334 a – Building technologies 1 3rd. semester (2,5 CP)

Knowledge of the buildings users spatial requirements, as well as knowledge in regards to the responsible use of ressources are the essential fundamentals for intelligent decisions during the design-, planning- and building process. Building technologies 1 conveys basic knowledge within the field of active and passive strategies, principles of technical systems and their components. By combining the teachings of design and buidling technologies, basic knowledge of the principles of temperature control, ventilation, natural and artificial lighting, electrics, lift design, sanitary installation, serving elements of a building and the possibilities of integration within the architectural concept can be conveyed effectively and efficiently. The introduction into the basics and goals of an integral planning process is conveyed by the analysis of a specific building within its built context, systematically describing the main aspects of the essential interdisciplinary collaboration during the phases of preliminary design through to the buildings completion.

Content of the lectures

  • LEC 1 | Architecture and technology
  • LEC 2 | The humans and technology
  • LEC 3 | Global sustainability
  • LEC 4 | Temperature control I
  • LEC 5 | Temperature control II
  • LEC 6 | Air and dampness
  • LEC 7 | Water I
  • LEC 8 | Water II
  • LEC 9 | Electrical design
  • LEC 10 | Artificial lighting
  • LEC 11 | conveyor mechanisms
  • LEC 12 | Integral planning I

Examination process

Oral examination

The examination questions are systematically generated from the content of the lectures. A catalogue of questions based on the lectural content is available as preparation for the exam. The oral examination in groups of four facilitates a dialogue and discussion between the students and the tutor.

Modul 344 – Smart Building Design 4th. semester (5 CP)

The content of Smart Building Design aims at conveying holistic architectural, constructive and technical design concepts, based on the knowledge gained through Building technologies 1.From an urban design scale through to the buildings detailing, the importance of meso- and microclimatic site conditions as well as the buildings orientation, interplaying with the function of building technology systems and components are shown. Special emphasis is placed upon the integral useage of regenerative energy elements within the early conceptual design process. In regards to the site and local possibilites for energy production, planning strategies are described that incorporate active and passive systems for energy generation. Hereby the building envelope as interface between inside and outside space is of special importance. Basic knowledge of ressource friendly and emissionfree building over the complete life cycle of a building from production of building materials through to energy consumption during use and ending in the buildings disposal is placed into context with conceptual design and integral planning.

Contents of the Lecture

  • LEC 1 | History of sustainability
  • LEC 2 | Typologies of sustainability
  • LEC 3 | Outdoor space and microclimate
  • LEC 4 | Urban space and energy
  • LEC 5 | Energy sources, networks and storage
  • LEC 6 | Active and passive systmes
  • LEC 7 | Active systems I
  • LEC 8 | Passive systems II
  • LEC 9 | Light II
  • LEC 10 | Building automation
  • LEC 11 | Integral planning II

Examination process

Oral examination

The examination questions are systematically generated from the content of the lectures. A catalogue of questions based on the lectural content is available as preparation for the exam. The oral examination in groups of four facilitates a dialogue and discussion between the students and the tutor.

exercise

 

Fachmodul F – Energy and technology, climate- and userfriendly building design (5 CP)

An understanding for the factors building envelope and building technologies within the context of energy efficient building is extended and systematically deepend. The complex relationship between the structure of a building, its envelope and technologies in dependence to the buildings different useages, requirements and climatic conditions are introduced and examined. The interaction between conceptual idea, incorporation into the surrounding context, architectural design and efficiency heightening meassures for a buildings construction and its technologies in order to guarantee the highest degree of sustainability is examined via an analytical exercise and evaluated via an independent project design. During the lecture series guest lecturers will be invited to talk.

The content of the studies is divided into two main themes

1. Climate friendly building design

Different requirements and strategies of energy efficient and resource friendly building techniques in different climate zones (humid-warm, dry-hot, moderate, cold) Conditions of macro-, meso- and microclimates

2. Basics and typologies for energy efficient building design

Buildin typologies / building useages for the moderate climate of Middle Europe, i.e Housing, Offices, Educational, Special buildings.

Content of the lectures

  • LEC 1 | Introduction into climate- and userfriendly building design, Handout – Exercise step 1
  • LEC 2 | Tools and programs
  • LEC 3 | Basics of climatologie – Macroclimate
  • LEC 4 | Landscape and climate – Mesoclimate
  • LEC 5 | Urbanity and climate – Microclimate
  • LEC 6 | Presentation and evaluation of Exercise step 1
  • LEC 7 | Technologies
  • LEC 8 | Office buildings
  • LEC 9 | Housing
  • LEC 10 | Different typologies
  • LEC 11 | Presentation and evaluation of the Exercise

Examination process

The student exercise proceeds in groups and is divided into two steps

  • 1. Analysis
  • 2. Design project