Designing for energy efficiency: a study of eight California state office buildings
Dept. of Architecture, University of California, 1981 - Architecture - 64 pages
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The Context 2 History of the State Program
Energy Conservation Issues
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allow ambient lighting architects architectural artificial lighting available daylight building envelope building mass building perimeter building section building's buildings studied Capital Area Plan clerestory climate corridor Covered Atrium DONALD GIBBS ducts eight buildings enclosed atrium energy conservation energy consumption energy efficient energy loads environment Exhaust Fixed Overhang fixed shading devices fixtures floor slab fluorescent footcandles glazing heat gain heating and cooling HVAC increased roof insulation interior zones Jerry Brown Justice Building Lighting levels lighting loads lighting schedule Long Beach louvers mechanical systems modules monitors moveable Night Cooling nighttime cooling office areas office buildings office space One-A One-B One-C orientation percent possible daylight quarter block recessed reflect light reflective glass Return Air Plenum Sacramento San Jose Santa Rosa Site One-A small courtyards soffit solar slab street structure suspended ceiling task lighting Task/Ambient thermal mass capacity tion vertical volume air handling