Environmental Indicators for Building Design: Development and Application on Mexican Dwellings
Construction will always be needed, and will always consume resources. In developing an approach for assessing sustainable building, the Three Step Strategy (in the Netherlands named Trias Ecologica) has proven to be useful. This title looks at this Strategy.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Analysis of Mexican Peruvian and Dutch housing
Improving Mexican housing
Recommendations for new housing in Mexico
Conclusions and discussion
Appendix 1 Indicators
Appendix 2 Categories of building materials
Appendix 3 Values of all indicators
Sustainable Urban Areas
Other editions - View all
_]kh adobe analysis appliances artificial lighting assessment bathrooms bedrooms bricks C[n_YWd ceramic characteristics clay climate related energy considered construction processes construction waste cycle cycle assessment decrease developing countries Downcyclable materials durability Dutch housing efficiency eki_d embodied energy embodied materials emissions energy consumption environment environmental performance ergy factors Figure floor green area greywater gypsum Hazardous materials heating degree days heating water housing housing housing improve increase Jong-Jin & Rigdon land layout living area low impact materials Material efficiency material substitution medium housing Mexican dwellings Mexican Mexican Mexico modern houses modern Mexican houses Netherlands non-renewable materials ofwater pages/ISBN percentage Peru Peruvian and Dutch Peruvian housing recoverability recovered materials Recyclable materials reducing reference dwellings reference houses reinforced concrete Renewable energy renewable materials Reusable reuse social housing square metre structural walls sustainable building Three Step Strategy tion Toluca Total traditional houses Utrecht University water consumption