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    • 1. ‘New Business and the Low Carbon Economy’
      30 June 2011
      iCon Environmental Innovation Centre
    • 2. Welcome & Housekeeping
      • Fire alarms and exits
      • 3. Toilets
      • 4. Mobile Telephones
      • 5. Workshops
    • Professor Nick Petford
      Vice Chancellor
      The University of Northampton
    • 6. Patrick Bellew
      Atelier Ten
      Profiting from sustainability
    • 7. Profiting from Sustainability
      ICON Conference June 2011
    • 8. International Building Services and Environmental Engineers
      We are an international team of building services engineers, environmental designers and lighting designers focused on delivering sustainability in the built environment.
      We have been designing “green” buildings for 20 years and have evolved a team with the broad range of complementary skills that are essential to the design of high performance buildings of the future.
      London
      Glasgow
      New York
      New Haven
      San Francisco
      Abu Dhabi
    • 9. Changing demands on Environmental Performance
    • 10. PLANNING + REGULATIONS
      Timeline to 2019
    • 11. Achieving “Zero-Carbon”
    • 12. Sustainable Design?
      “Doing more with less”
      R. Buckminster Fuller
    • 13. Tunneling through the Cost Barrier
      Amory Lovins and the RMI
    • 14. A pioneering approach
      TermoDeck activated slab cooling system
      The Kimberlin Library at Leicester University with Eva Jiricna Architects (1996) was the first UK application of the TermoDeck slab ventilation system combined with adiabatic cooling for exceptionally low heating and cooling demands. Integrating the air supply with the concrete structure increases the “thermal flywheel” effect.
    • 15. Kimberlin Library, Leicester
      Eva Jiricna Architects
    • 16. A pioneering approach
      Labyrinths
      Atelier Ten (re-)invented the idea of thermal labyrinths for modern buildings with this gallery conditioning system at the Earth Centre, UK (2000) with Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects. The Labyrinth eliminated the need for mechanical cooling. Power is generated from the UK’s largetst PV array on a timber structure made from forest thinnings.
    • 17. A pioneering approach
      Labyrinths
      Atelier Ten (re-)invented the idea of thermal labyrinths for modern buildings with this gallery conditioning system at the Earth Centre, UK (2000) with Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects. The Labyrinth eliminated the need for mechanical cooling.
    • 18. A pioneering approach
      Labyrinths
      Intergenerational thinking for public builidngs- the Labyrinth idea grew into a major installation at Federation Square in Melbourne with LAB Architecture Studio. Here again the labyrinth eliminated the need for mechanical cooling to the main circulation space and reduced emissions by 90% compared to conventional systems. (2002)
    • 19. A pioneering approach
      Labyrinth Technology
      Sustainability works at all scales and this 110m2Alpine House at Kew Gardens in London, designed with Wilkinson Eyre Architects, relies on a subterranean labyrinth to keep the plants in the cool and breezy conditions that they need.
    • 20. A pioneering approach
      Ground Source Heating/CoolingTechnology
      This Conference centre at Keble College in Oxford (Rick Mather Architects) is heated and cooled by a ground source heat pump connected through a network of pipes to the piles that form the deep basement. The piles act as heat exchangers. Though common in N Europe, this was the first application of this technique in the UK.
    • 21. A pioneering approach
      Earth Duct Technology
      Butterfield Office Village (2007) with Hamiltons Architects was the first commercial building in the UK to use Earth Ducts as the sole source of comfort cooling for the summer and pre-heating in the winter. Concrete tubes are buried below the Car Park to couple with the earth around them. The system is exceeding expectations and is beginning to be widely copied.
    • 22. Butterfield Office Village, Luton
      Hamiltons
    • 23. Butterfield Office Village, Luton
      Hamiltons
      Target Supply Temperature for Underfloor air = 19oC
    • 24. A pioneering approach
      High Performance Buildings in the US
      The Kroon Building at Yale University (2009) with Hopkins Architects uses high performance indirect evaporative cooling coupled with exposed thermal mass, a displacement air supply and open loop GSHP to achieve very low carbon conditioning, 70% below the notional ASHRAE 90.1 target. The building achieved a LEED Platinum rating in 2009 and has won 14 Awards.
    • 25. Taking on Retail
      With Hammerson and Land Securities
    • 26. Ecostore concept
      With Hammerson and Land Securities
      Edge of Town
      What they do now
    • 27. Ecostore concept
      With Hammerson and Land Securities
      Edge of Town
      Ecostore concept
    • 28. Ecostore concept
      With Hammerson and Land Securities
      Edge of Town
      Ecostore concept
    • 29. Ecostore concept
      With Hammerson and Land Securities
    • 30. Ecostore concept
      With Hammerson and Land Securities
    • 31. Coram Campus Building
      Meadowcroft Griffin Architects
    • 32. Summer Section
    • 33. Chilled Beam to provide room control
    • 34. Comparative Energy Use (kWh/m2)
    • 35. Capital Costs and Energy Savings (kWh/m2)
    • 36. Turkish Contractors Association HQ, Ankara
      Avci Associates Architects
      AVCI Architects
    • 37. Turkish Contractors Association HQ, Ankara
      Avci Associates Architects
      AVCI Architects
    • 38. Turkish Contractors Association HQ, Ankara
      Avci Associates Architects
      AVCI Architects
    • 39. GARDENS BY THE BAY, Singapore
    • 40. Gardens by the Bay
      Marina Bay, Singapore
    • 41. Gardens by the Bay Masterplan
    • 42. Cool-Dry and Cool-Moist Conservatories
      Homes for European and Tropical Montaine Plants
    • 43. Design Criteria – Temperature, Humidity + Light
      Cool Dry Conservatory
      Light Levels
      45,000Lux for more hours than Eden
      Air Temperature
      Daytime condition: 25oC @ 65% RH max
      Night-time condition: 17oC @ 65% RH or more
      Ignition condition : 16oC @ 70% RH or more
      Image © Wilkinson Eyre Architects
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    • 45. Image © Grant Associates
    • 46. Image © Grant Associates
    • 47. Image © Grant Associates
    • 48. Image © Grant Associates
    • 49. Daylight requirements for Tropical Plants
      Annual Cumulative frequency of global illuminance.
      Source – NParks brief and Transsolar
    • 50. GARDENS BY THE BAY, SINGAPORE
      Modelling Shading Impacts
      Structural Shading
      Truss
      Fin
      Grid Shell
    • 51. Properties of high performance glass
      VLT v SHG
      Alpine House
      Single Pane Low-Iron Glass
      Alpine House
      Single Pane Low-Iron Glass
      Gardens by the Bay
      Double Pane Low-E Glass
      HEAT TRANSMISSION
      LIGHT TRANSMISSION
    • 52. Modelling Shading Impacts
      Impact of Shading on Direct Solar Gain
      Unshaded Facade
      Allows Internal Light Level of >70kLux
    • 53. Modelling Shading Impacts
      Impact of Shading on Direct Solar Gain
      Proportionally Controlled Shades
      Maintain Internal Light Level at 45kLux Reduce Solar Gain by Approx 33%.
      Difference to internal solar gain approximately 33% with partial deployment of shading
    • 54. Façade Development
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    • 75. Shading Concept
      Shades Retracted
    • 76. Shading Concept
      Shades Deployed
      Gardens by the Bay, Singapore
    • 77. Shading Concept
      Integrated Tension Blinds
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    • 79. Environmental Concept – Cool Dry
    • 80. CFD Modelling
      Determining air flow design Parameters
    • 81. CFD Modelling
      Determining air flow design Parameters
    • 82. Displacement Air Supply
      Integration, integration
    • 83. Weather Data and Design Conditions
    • 84. Dehumidification and Cooling
      System Arrangement – Cool Dry
    • 85. Energy Source - Biomass
    • 86. British Antarctic Survey Base station
    • 87. Dehumidification and Cooling
      System Arrangement
    • 88. Energy Performance
      “Carbon Neutral” dehumidification and cooling.
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    • 99. Environmental Design Consultants + Building Services Engineers
      London Glasgow New York New Haven San Francisco Abu Dhabi
      www.atelierten.com

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