Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12188/19670
Title: SUSTAINABLE DESIGN FOR IMPROVEMENT OF HEALTHY BUILT ENVIRONMENT
Authors: Petrovski, Aleksandar
Marina, Ognen 
Dimkov, Gjeorgji
Papapsterevski, Dimitar
Keywords: sustainable design, design process, health, analytic hierarchy process.
Issue Date: Feb-2015
Publisher: Narodna in univerzitetna knjižnica, Ljubljana
Series/Report no.: 614:711.4(082)(0.034.2);2/2015
Conference: 1. Place and Technologies, 2ND International Academic conference, 2015
Abstract: Buildings as main consumers of energy and resources are responsible for waste and greenhouse gasses creation for which they have caused serious implications to the environmental and human health. Sustainable architecture considers reasonable resource exploitation and improvement of the built environment, human wellbeing and health. Its implementation in a building’s design is a demanding task due to multitude of aspects it grasps. This paper proposes a design process, tested on a case-study, which integrates the projects participants and determines common indicators on the buildings environmental, social and economic performance. The chosen indicators are of various importance for the buildings design. Thus, for each of them respective weights are determined by the project team. During the design process three alternatives of the case-study are proposed and analysed. The results have shown that supporting the design process with tools for decision making enables choosing the most sustainable design alternative for creation of a healthy built environment.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12188/19670
ISBN: 978-961-6823-68-5
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Architecture: Conference papers

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