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The relationship of ventilation and thermal comfort

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The relationship of ventilation and thermal comfort

  1. 1. Design Approach of Natural Air Ventilation to Achieve Thermal Comfort in Glass Shed, Sekeping Serendah
  2. 2. Thermal Comfort Conserve Energy Natural Air Ventilation Material Passive Design Vernacular/ Climatic Adaptation Brick Glass Timber Concrete Steel Orientation Fenestration (Openings) Massing Malay Traditional Houses Contextual Design Thermal Comfort (Environmental Factors): • Air Temperature • Radiant Temperature • Air Velocity • Humidity Concept Mapping
  3. 3. Research Question: 1. What is Thermal Comfort ? How to achieve Thermal Comfort ? 2. How does passive design promote natural air ventilation of Glass Shed ? 3. What is the influence of vernacular Malay houses design to Glass Shed ? 4. What type of local material are introduced and used in Glass Shed to enhance ventilation or to achieve thermal comfort ?
  4. 4. Material : Bricks Steel Concrete Glass Timber Modern Material : Traditional Material :
  5. 5. Steel Furniture -reduce visibility to fuse with surrounding -allow air to flow through (reduce obstacle) Steel Façade -to absorb heat and provide shade Clear Glass -to allow maximum amount of natural light coming in -to celebrate the contextual view Concrete and Bricks -low thermal capacity -water resistant -heat insulator (maintain cool temprature)
  6. 6. Vernacular Design: ref: Lim jee yuan, L.I.M. (1991). The Malay House: Rediscovering Malaysia's Indigenous Shelter System. Malaysia: Institut Masyarakat.
  7. 7. Cross and Stack Ventilation
  8. 8. ref: Lim jee yuan, L.I.M. (1991). The Malay House: Rediscovering Malaysia's Indigenous Shelter System. Malaysia: Institut Masyarakat.
  9. 9. Lourve Window and Casement Window
  10. 10. Opening and Orientation of the building allow the ventilation to work well
  11. 11. Conclusion: The design of Glass Shed carried the architectural language of traditional malay houses yet by using the new modern material, the façade is polish and elegant compare with traditional houses. The climatic design adaptation is pretty well pictured in Glass Shed as they use different type of window for the façade to control ventilation and frame view to show the essence of architecture.

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  • Yew1994

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