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Active House presentation @ Royal Architects Institute of Canada Architecture Festival 17

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Talk with 3 elements - Values & Paradigms; Cross Section 2017; Priorities ahead for sustainable buildings.

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Active House presentation @ Royal Architects Institute of Canada Architecture Festival 17

  1. 1. What if… Buildings would be valued by how they support our health and wellbeing? Lone Feifer General Secretary Active House Alliance May 2017 Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 1
  2. 2. SPEAKER • Architect by education & credo • Practising architect -- > VELUX Group • MBA Energy & Green Architecture • Sustainable Living in Buildings • Hobby horse & matter @heart: €valuation of sustainable buildings • Active House Alliance perspective Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 2  https://www.researchgate.net/publication/317033373_The_Value_Proposition_of_Sustainable_Buildings_- _what_is_it_worth
  3. 3. PEOPLE FIRST  Values & paradigms  Some defining theories and analysis of specifics  2017 cross section  Contemporary cases & reference examples  Priorities ahead  Projects ahead and recommendations for priorities Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 3
  4. 4. VALUES & PARADIGMS HUMAN CENTRIC  The architectural implication of the senses  Human centric planning of spaces & functions Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 4  Bomiljø, 1971, SBI report 71, Ingrid Gehl  http://www.bylyd.dk/27-arkitekturens-psykologi/  Om at opleve arkitektur, 1957 Steen Eiler Rasmussen
  5. 5. VALUES & PARADIGMS HUMAN NEEDS FOR -  Contact – see, listen and speak to, interact with people  Isolation – be excluded from external impacts  Experience – see, hear, know and learn  Practice – be active, create, do things  Play – whether child or grown up  Identification – be part of the context and participate  Structure – for orientation and to place a self relation  Aesthetics – to be affected by beautiful influences Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 5  Bomiljø, 1971, SBI report 71, Ingrid Gehl
  6. 6. 2017 CROSS SECTION DANISH DESIGN DNA Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 6  http://danishdesigncouncil.dk /en/indlaeg/dansk-designs-dna/
  7. 7. VALUES & PARADIGMS ACTIVE HOUSE - buildings that create healthier and more comfortable lives for their occupants with a minimal climate impact Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 7
  8. 8. VALUES & PARADIGMS ACTIVE HOUSE PRINCIPLES  Comfort – creates a healthier and more comfortable life  Energy – contributes positively to the energy balance of the building  Environment – with a minimal impact on the environment Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 8  http://www.activehouse.info/about/about-active-house/specifications/
  9. 9. VALUES & PARADIGMS ACTIVE HOUSE RADAR  Comfort • Daylight, Thermal environment, Indoor air quality  Energy • Energy demand, Supply, Performance  Environment • Environmental loads, Freshwater consumption, Sustainable construction Ratings: 1 (best) – 4 (acceptable) Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 9  www.Activehouse.info 2011 Specifications
  10. 10. GLOBAL NETWORK Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 10
  11. 11. VALUES & PARADIGMS ACTIVE HOUSE COMMUNITY Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 11  www.Activehouse.info
  12. 12. VALUES & PARADIGMS ACTIVE HOUSE SPECS Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 12  www.Activehouse.info
  13. 13. 01 Torzhkovskaya Street St Petersburg, Russia 02 Soltag Copenhagen,Denmark 03 Átika Bilbao, Spain 04 VELUXlab Milan, Italy 05 VELUX House, COP15 La Rochelle, France 06 Home for Life Aarhus, Denmark 07 Green Lighthouse Copenhagen, Denmark 08 Sunlighthouse Vienna, Austria 09 LichtAktiv Haus Hamburg, Germany 10 Maison Air et Lumière Paris, France 11 CarbonLight Homes Kettering, UK 12 Osram Culture Centre Copenhagen, Denmark 13 Guldberg School Copenhagen, Denmark 14 Albertslund Solar Prism Albertslund, Denmark 15 Russian Active House Moscow, Russia 16 Solhuset Hoersholm, Denmark 17 ISOBO Aktiv Stavanger, Norway 18 Future Active House Trondheim, Norway 19 Smith Residence St. Louis, USA 20 De Poorters Montfoort, the Netherlands 21 Healthy Home townhouses Stjoerdal, Norway 22 Great Gulf Thorold Toronto, Canada 23 Langebjerg School Fredensborg, Denmark 24 Green Solutions House Roenne, Denmark 25 Active House RhOME, Italy 26 RenovActive Brussels, Belgium 27 Active House Centennial Toronto, Canada 12years 01 03 0405 08 09 10 11 15 17 19 18 20 21 22 25 26 02, 06, 07, 12, 13, 14, 16, 23, 24 VALUES & PARADIGMS FOUNDING PARTNER PROJECTS 27
  14. 14. 14 01 Torzhkovskaya Street St Petersburg, Russia 02 Soltag Copenhagen,Denmark 03 Átika Bilbao, Spain 04 VELUXlab Milan, Italy 05 VELUX House, COP15 La Rochelle, France 06 Home for Life Aarhus, Denmark 07 Green Lighthouse Copenhagen, Denmark 08 Sunlighthouse Vienna, Austria 09 LichtAktiv Haus Hamburg, Germany 10 Maison Air et Lumière Paris, France 11 CarbonLight Homes Kettering, UK 12 Osram Culture Centre Copenhagen, Denmark 13 Guldberg School Copenhagen, Denmark 14 Albertslund Solar Prism Albertslund, Denmark 15 Russian Active House Moscow, Russia 16 Solhuset Hoersholm, Denmark 17 ISOBO Aktiv Stavanger, Norway 18 Future Active House Trondheim, Norway 19 Smith Residence St. Louis, USA 20 De Poorters Montfoort, the Netherlands 21 Healthy Home townhouses Stjoerdal, Norway 22 Great Gulf Active House Toronto, Canada 23 Langebjerg School Fredensborg, Denmark 24 Green Solutions House Roenne, Denmark 25 Active House Rome, Italy 26 RenovActive House Brussels, Belgium 01 03 0405 08 09 10 11 15 17 19 18 20 21 22 25 26 02, 06, 07, 12, 13, 14, 16, 23, 24 VALUES & PARADIGMS PROJECTS MONITORED
  15. 15. VALUES & PARADIGMS NORDIC PARADOX  1985-2005 SPACE HEATING PARADIGM  2005-2020 ENVIRONMENTAL PARADIGM Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 15  Rob Marsh (2017) On the modern history of passive solar architecture: exploring the paradox of Nordic environmental design, The Journal of Architecture, 22:2, 225-251, DOI: 10.1080/13602365.2017.1298652  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13602365.2017.1298652
  16. 16. VALUES & PARADIGMS NORDIC PARADOX Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 16  Rob Marsh (2017) On the modern history of passive solar architecture: exploring the paradox of Nordic environmental design, The Journal of Architecture, 22:2, 225-251, DOI: 10.1080/13602365.2017.1298652  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13602365.2017.1298652
  17. 17. DAYLIGHT & ARCHITECTURE ISSUE 13 INDOOR CLIMATE SPRING 2010 17
  18. 18. VALUES & PARADIGMS NORDIC PARADOX Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 18  Rob Marsh (2017) On the modern history of passive solar architecture: exploring the paradox of Nordic environmental design, The Journal of Architecture, 22:2, 225-251, DOI: 10.1080/13602365.2017.1298652  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13602365.2017.1298652
  19. 19. 2017 CROSS SECTION IS THE LAST MILE AN INCH?  GSW housing association in Germany  Built 2 same houses, 2 tech levels  Tested in use  220 € more expensive  65m2 extra space = For 800 houses settlement, 40 houses less Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 19  Article quoted from SPIEGEL online: https://magazin.spiegel.de/SP/2016/31/146047944/index.html
  20. 20. PEOPLE FIRST  Values & paradigms  Some defining theories and analysis of specifics  2017 cross section  Contemporary cases & reference examples  Priorities ahead  Projects ahead and recommendations for priorities Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 20
  21. 21. 2017 CROSS SECTION SENSEMAKING  “All our knowledge begins with the senses, proceeds then to the understanding, and ends with reason. There is nothing higher than reason” Immanuel Kant  How do we reason with buildings? Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 21
  22. 22. 22 01 Torzhkovskaya Street St Petersburg, Russia 02 Soltag Copenhagen,Denmark 03 Átika Bilbao, Spain 04 VELUXlab Milan, Italy 05 VELUX House, COP15 La Rochelle, France 06 Home for Life Aarhus, Denmark 07 Green Lighthouse Copenhagen, Denmark 08 Sunlighthouse Vienna, Austria 09 LichtAktiv Haus Hamburg, Germany 10 Maison Air et Lumière Paris, France 11 CarbonLight Homes Kettering, UK 12 Osram Culture Centre Copenhagen, Denmark 13 Guldberg School Copenhagen, Denmark 14 Albertslund Solar Prism Albertslund, Denmark 15 Russian Active House Moscow, Russia 16 Solhuset Hoersholm, Denmark 17 ISOBO Aktiv Stavanger, Norway 18 Future Active House Trondheim, Norway 19 Smith Residence St. Louis, USA 20 De Poorters Montfoort, the Netherlands 21 Healthy Home townhouses Stjoerdal, Norway 22 Great Gulf Active House Toronto, Canada 23 Langebjerg School Fredensborg, Denmark 24 Green Solutions House Roenne, Denmark 25 Active House Rome, Italy 26 RenovActive House Brussels, Belgium 01 03 0405 08 09 10 11 15 17 19 18 20 21 22 25 26 02, 06, 07, 12, 13, 14, 16, 23, 24 VALUES & PARADIGMS CASES
  23. 23. RhOME - winner of solar decathlon 2014 Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 23
  24. 24. 2017 CROSS SECTION GREEN LIGHTHOUSE Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 24  http://greenlighthouse.ku.dk/english  CCO architects & COWI
  25. 25. 2017 CROSS SECTION GREEN LIGHTHOUSE Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 25  http://greenlighthouse.ku.dk/english/
  26. 26. 2017 CROSS SECTION GREEN SOLUTION HOUSE Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 26  http://www.greensolutionhouse.dk/en/  GXN/3XN & Steenbergs Tegnestue & Rambøll  Bright Green Island Bornholm  Hotel & Conference Center  65.000 m2 park  77 Green Solutions  Comfort  Energy  Environment
  27. 27. 2017 CROSS SECTION ACTIVE HOUSE AWARD 2016 Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 27  http://www.greensolutionhouse.dk/en/
  28. 28. GREEN SOLUTION HOUSE, BORNHOM FOTO: ADAM MØRK 28
  29. 29. Comfort The daylight in hotel rooms, entrance hall, corridors and conference rooms has reached daylight factors above 5%. A thermal balance strategy has brought the building to the highest level by use of a ventilation strategy based on the use of the building and season. The air quality reach the highest level with natural ventilation based on user needs and use of materials supporting good air quality. Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 29
  30. 30. Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 30
  31. 31. Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer His Royal Highness Crown Prince to Denmark Frederik X 32
  32. 32. Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 33
  33. 33. Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 34
  34. 34. Energy The modernization of the existing building has improved it to the second best level for energy demand. This has been reached through use of energy efficient technologies and minimizing the need for artificial lighting, mechanical cooling etc, topics that are normally high in hotels and conferences areas. The renewable energy cover app 50% of the energy needed in the building. Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 35
  35. 35. The terraces in front of the hotel rooms had a railing of concrete, which is now replaced with a glazed railing allowing for better daylight conditions as well as the integration of PV into the railing give guests a signal of sustainability The skylights in the entrance area and hallways create a good atmosphere and well daylighted rooms. The integration of the PV in the south orientated skylights makes production of renewable energy visible for guests. Photo by Adam Mørk Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 37
  36. 36. Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 39
  37. 37. 2017 CROSS SECTION COME VISIT! SYMPOSIUM 2017 Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 40  http://www.greensolutionhouse.dk/en/  27.-28. September @ Label contest 2016 winner Green Solution House; Bornholm, Denmark  Label Award winner 2017 revealed  Mix of plenary key notes & workshops http://www.activehouse.info/symposium/
  38. 38. VALUES & PARADIGMS POST OCCUPANCY EVALUATION  50+ scientific papers Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 44  www.researchgate.net 44
  39. 39. VALUES & PARADIGMS 10 LEARNING POINTS Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 45  https://www.researchgate.net/publication/283459308_A_THOUSAND_EXPERT_OPINIONS_IN_ONE_EXPERIME NT_-_CONNECTING_THE_DOTS_IN_A_EUROPEAN_PROGRAMME Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 45 Having many large windows doesn’t necessarily lead to overheating Plenty of daylight eliminates your need for artificial lighting during the day Moderate bedroom temperatures ensure a good night’s sleep Good ventilation lowers the tem-perature during the night Solar screening protects your home from overheating To get the full effect, you need intelligent automation Natural ventilation provides good indoor air quality during large parts of the year Mechanical ventilation meets CO2 level standards, but doesn’t satisfy the increased demands for clean air in the bedroom Good air quality in the bedroom can require targeted measures Kindergartens and schools benefit from scheduled, natural ventilation
  40. 40. VALUES & PARADIGMS WHAT REALLY MATTERS  Family Pastour, test family in  Maison Air et Lumiere  Son treatment needing astma  Cured during test year  Back after relocation Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 46  https://youtu.be/kW64j1ZJ19k
  41. 41. PEOPLE FIRST  Values & paradigms  Some defining theories and analysis of specifics  2017 cross section  Contemporary cases & reference examples  Priorities ahead  Projects ahead and recommendations for priorities Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 47
  42. 42. 2017 CROSS SECTION A QUALITY ISSUE  ”Sustainable building is as much about health and happiness indoors as it is about energy consumption.”  “anthropocentricism is necessary for the sustainability technologies standards so that they are developed for a balance between technological automation and human initiative.”  “The overall result has been that energy has become an idée fixe, in turn affecting the other problem of quality” Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 48  Experimental Standards in Sustainability Transitions - Insights from the Building Sector PhD by Lara Anne Hale, Copenhagen Business School 2017 http://research.cbs.dk/en/publications/experimental-standards-in- sustainability-transitions(fde5d357-83a5-44ac-bf58-406464c9c106).html
  43. 43. 2017 CROSS SECTION BUILDINGS AS LIVING LABs  A scan of 61 highly sustainable projects globally sustainable projects (buildings & neighbourhoods)  ”Building users needs and operational viability are not considered in the design of new building features.”  “The lack of verification during and after project completion compromises the building performance.” Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 49  Visions and Strategies for Sustainable Buildings and Neighbourhoods 2015, Anne-Mareike Chu, Alberto Cayuela and John Robinson
  44. 44. PRIORITIES AHEAD SUPERARCHITECTURE  Terri Peters, researcher at U of T, PhD from School of Architecture Århus:  “The idea with superarchitecture isn't that our buildings will get better, it's that we get better being in our buildings,” Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 50  https://daniels.utoronto.ca/news/2017-03-08/terri-peters-explores-design- health-guest-editor-ad-magazine  https://www.utoronto.ca/news/embracing-superarchitecture-u-t-researcher- how-design-can-be-green-and-good-our-health
  45. 45. PRIORITIES AHEAD THE NEXT PARADIGM  “advocating for what we call Buildingomics – a new approach that examines the totality of factors in the building-related environment that influence the human health, well-being and productivity of people who work in buildings.”  “through Buildingomics’ multi-disciplinary approach, we aim to better understand the building-related factors that influence health in buildings and unlock the ability to optimize buildings for cognitive function and health.“ Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 51  http://www.nationalgeographic.com/environment/urban-expeditions/green- buildings/surprising-ways-green-buildings-improve-health-sustainability/  http://forhealth.org/
  46. 46. PRIORITIES AHEAD POST OCCUPANCY EVALUATION Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 52  https://renovactive.velux.be MONTFOORT NL 2013 LICHTAKTIVHAUS D 2010 RENOVACTIVE BE 2016
  47. 47. PRIORITIES AHEAD HEALTHY HOMES HOLSTEBRO  Yes tech, low tech, no tech Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 53  https://realdania.dk/samlet-projektliste/sunde-boliger  Pluskontoret Arkitekter A/S; MOE; Lendager Group
  48. 48. Participate in the Active Poll  To enter the Active Poll group Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 54
  49. 49. LET´S SEE Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 55
  50. 50. PRIORITIES AHEAD HEALTHY BUILDINGS  14.000 EUROPEANS PRIORITIES Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 56  https://www.researchgate.net/publication/301545879_Healthy_Homes_Barometer_2016
  51. 51. DAYLIGHT & ARCHITECTURE ISSUE 25 NIGHT TOWARDS DAY SPRING 2016DAYLIGHT & ARCHITECTURE ISSUE 26 DAYLIGHT MATTER(S) AUTUMN 2016 PHOTOGRAHY Adam Mørk STICHTUNG DE HOUTLOODS; TILBURG, NL by Bedeaux en de Brouwer 57
  52. 52. PRIORITIES AHEAD FIRST CERTIFIED ACTIVE HOUSE  Worlds first certified Active House in Centennial Park, TO  Test Drive by family Ibbotsons Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 58  SuperKül Architects, Great Gulf Group Developer & Builder  https://greatgulf.com/activehouse/
  53. 53. Active House is affordable & healthy buildings  House Builder Canada Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 59
  54. 54. MAKE PEOPLE PRIORITY 1  We spend up to 90% of our time inside buildings — living, working and playing.  We have the products, the technology, the competences needed to build for 2020.  How do we ensure buildings support our health and wellbeing? Put our priorities right.Active House Alliance | Ottawa May 2017 | Lone Feifer 60
  55. 55. Active House Lone.Feifer@ActiveHouse.info @lonefeifer https://www.linkedin.com/in/lonefeifer/ General Secretary, International Active House Alliance

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