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[HPD Collaborativ] Case Studies (2021)
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# Case Studies (Circular Economy), # Case Studies (Human Factors), # Environmental & Health Impacts of Materials + Waste, # Environmental Impacts of the Built Environment, # HPD Collaborative, # Architects, # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Contractors / Subcontractors, # Other Audience, # Case Studies, # Database / Platform, # Stage 2, # Stage 3, # Stage 4, # Medium, # Basic
2021
Case studies library presenting projects that have achieved LEED v4 MRc: Building Product Disclosure and Optimization: Material Ingredients credit.
Q&A: Low Carbon Design: Fuel Poverty Indoor Environment Solutions and Health (2021)
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# Health Wellbeing + Comfort, # Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) CPD & RIBA Academy, # Architects, # Building Services Engineers, # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Property Managers / Operators, # Civil Engineers, # University Tutors (Built Environment), # Students (Built Environment), # Occupiers / End Users, # Video / Webinar / Event, # Video / Webinar / Event, # Video / Webinar / Event, # Stage 0, # Stage 1, # Stage 2, # Stage 3, # Stage 4, # Stage 5, # Stage 6, # Stage 7, # Short, # Basic
2021
This free RIBA CPD interview explores some of the low carbon design and their impact on the flue poverty, indoor enviornmental sollutions and occupants health.
Health Happiness Fairness and Place (2020)
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# Health Wellbeing + Comfort, # Colab CPD, # Architects, # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Landscape Architects, # Property Managers / Operators, # Urban Planners, # University Tutors (Built Environment), # Students (Built Environment), # Occupiers / End Users, # Video / Webinar / Event, # Video / Webinar / Event, # Video / Webinar / Event, # Stage 0, # Stage 1, # Stage 5, # Stage 7, # Short, # Basic
2020
This webinar is developed with the Wellcome Trust. It looks at the key concerns and considers the obstacles to change, exploring the opportunities that lie in achieving and celebrating net zero carbon lives.
Measuring the Social Impact of Community Investment: A Guide to using the Wellbeing Valuation Approach (2014)
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# Social Value, # Tools + Guides (Human Factors), # Housing Associations Charitable Trust (HACT)
2014
This report includes values as well as practical guidance on how to assess social value, based on Wellbeing Valuation theory, the latest thinking in social impact measurement.
Built Environment and Social Well-being: How does Urban Form affect Social Life and Personal Relationships? (2017)
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# Sustainable Urbanism Architecture + Engineering, # Communities Interconnectivity + Inclusion, # Social Value, # Mouratidis K
2017
Residents of compact neighbourhoods are significantly more satisfied with their personal relationships compared with residents of low-density suburban neighbourhoods. Shorter distances to the city centre, higher densities, and mixed land uses are found to positively contribute to overall social well-being. Compact urban forms enable residents to maintain larger networks of close relationships, socialise more frequently with friends and family, receive stronger social support, and enjoy increased opportunities to make new acquaintances.
The Effects of Sprawl on Neighborhood Social Ties: An Explanatory Analysis Journal of the American Planning Association (67(1) 69-77) (2007)
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# Sustainable Urbanism Architecture + Engineering, # Communities Interconnectivity + Inclusion, # Freeman L
2007
The evidence reinforces a thesis that neighbourhoods that force people into cars and inhibit face-to-face contact somehow undermine social ties among neighbours
Social Sustainability and Urban Form: Evidence from Five British Cities. (Environment and Planning A 41(9) 2125-2142) (2009)
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# Sustainable Urbanism Architecture + Engineering, # Communities Interconnectivity + Inclusion, # Bramley G, # Dempsey N, # Power S, # Brown C
2009
Outcomes relating to social interaction and group participation tend to improve as density rises up to a medium level, around 100 – 140 DPM (net), and then fall off at higher levels Outcomes relating to the use of local services are positively related to density and contributes to greater sustainability in terms of travel and transport, which itself displays a similar pattern over density.
Sustainable Outcomes (2020)
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# Built Environment Policy Legislation Regulations Commitments Benchmarks + Construction Industry Guidance, # Health Wellbeing + Comfort, # Stakeholder Engagement, # Methodologies Tools Databases + Guides (Energy + Carbon), # Commonwealth Association of Architects, # Gary Clark, # Architects, # Building Services Engineers, # Structural Engineers, # Civil Engineers, # Landscape Architects, # Urban Planners, # Contractors / Subcontractors, # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Students (Built Environment), # University Tutors (Built Environment), # Property Managers / Operators, # Occupiers / End Users, # Cost Consultants, # Other Audience, # Video / Webinar / Event, # Stage 0, # Stage 1, # Medium, # Basic
2020
Webinar presenting practical steps that especially the designers can take to deliver sustainable outcomes within the built environment. It identifies key metrics and targets design outcomes can be evaluated against.
Preventing Disease through Healthy Environments: A Global Assessment of the Burden of Disease from Environmental Risks (2018)
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# Health Wellbeing + Comfort, # Environmental Impacts of the Built Environment, # Biophilic + Sensory Design, # User Experience Design + Occupant Behavior/Control, # World Health Organization (WHO), # Architects, # Building Services Engineers, # Report / Guidance / Standard, # Stage 0, # Stage 1, # Stage 2, # Long, # Basic
2018
Report presenting a global health assessment in relation to environmental factors and risks. It highlights that health risks can be minimised by creating healthier built environments.
WorldGBC Online Case Study Library (Health and Wellbeing)
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# Case Studies (Human Factors), # World Green Building Council (WorldGBC), # Architects, # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Landscape Architects, # Case Studies, # Stage 0, # Stage 1, # Stage 2, # Short, # Basic
General resource for a library of case studies on health and wellbeing.
Doing Right by Planet and People: The Business Case for Health and Wellbeing in Green Building (2018)
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# Health Wellbeing + Comfort, # World Green Building Council (WorldGBC), # Architects, # Building Services Engineers, # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # University Tutors (Built Environment), # Case Studies, # Stage 0, # Stage 1, # Stage 2, # Stage 3, # Medium, # Intermediate
2018
Report examining the health and wellbeing features of 11 case study facilities around the globe that have one or more green certifications including LEED, Green Star and BREEAM.
Health & Wellbeing Framework: Six Principles for a Healthy Sustainable Built Environment
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# Health Wellbeing + Comfort, # World Green Building Council (WorldGBC), # Architects, # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Building Services Engineers, # Occupiers / End Users, # Report / Guidance / Standard, # Stage 0, # Stage 1, # Stage 2, # Stage 3, # Stage 6, # Stage 7, # Medium, # Intermediate
General resource presenting a health and wellbeing framework that focuses on the broader socio-economic and environmental determinants of health, as well as the drive for improving public and environmental health across the whole life cycle of the building.
LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Rating System ®
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# Tools + Guides (Human Factors), # US Green Building Council (USGBC), # Architects, # Building Services Engineers, # Occupiers / End Users, # Property Managers / Operators, # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Tool / Software, # Stage 1, # Stage 2, # Stage 3, # Stage 4, # Stage 5, # Stage 6, # Stage 7, # Long, # Intermediate
Standard and certification system (created by USGBC) to advance sustainable, healthy and cost-efficient built environments (both at building and urban scales). The "Indoor Environmental Quality" section of the LEED Rating System ® has specific reference to human health and wellbeing-oriented topics.
Daylighting-Bias and Biophilia: Quantifying the Impact of Daylighting on Occupants Health (2011)
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# Biophilic + Sensory Design, # US Green Building Council (USGBC), # Architects, # Building Services Engineers, # Report / Guidance / Standard, # Stage 1, # Stage 2, # Stage 3, # Short, # Basic
2011
Report presenting the health impacts of dayligthting and views on people in offices.
(UKGBC) Case Studies (Social Value)
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# Case Studies (Human Factors), # UK Green Building Council (UKGBC), # Architects, # Urban Planners, # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Case Studies, # Stage 0, # Short, # Basic
General resource for a library of case studies on social value.
Social Value Actor and Resource Map (2019)
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# Tools + Guides (Human Factors), # UK Green Building Council (UKGBC), # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Architects, # Urban Planners, # Report / Guidance / Standard, # Stage 0, # Stage 1, # Medium, # Intermediate
2019
Web-based map designed to assist built environment professionals in finding various tools and resources created for the efficient and effective implementation of social value principles.
Social Value in New Development (2018)
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# Social Value, # UK Green Building Council (UKGBC), # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Architects, # Urban Planners, # Report / Guidance / Standard, # Stage 0, # Short, # Basic
2018
Reporting setting out guidelines for local authorities (in the UK) to implement social value-focused strategies in new developments in order to maximise added value to local communities and the wider areas.
Driving Social Value in New Development: Options for Local Authorities (2020)
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# Social Value, # UK Green Building Council (UKGBC), # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Urban Planners, # Architects, # Report / Guidance / Standard, # Stage 0, # Medium, # Intermediate
2020
Reporting presenting recommendations for local authorities (in the UK) to implement social value-focused strategies in new developments in order to maximise added value to local communities and the wider areas.
Biophilic Design Map
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# Tools + Guides (Human Factors), # International Living Future Institute (ILFI), # Architects, # Landscape Architects, # Urban Planners, # Case Studies, # Stage 1, # Stage 2, # Stage 3, # Short, # Basic
Web-based map of global case studies that incorporate biophilic design elements.
Biophilic Design Guidebook (2018)
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# Biophilic + Sensory Design, # International Living Future Institute (ILFI), # Architects, # Landscape Architects, # Report / Guidance / Standard, # Stage 0, # Stage 1, # Stage 2, # Medium, # Intermediate
2018
Report providing guidance on incorporating biophilic design elements in the built environment design. It is intended to help projects meet the intent of the Living Building Challenge rating system's "Biophilic Environment" section.
Health Building Design Series: #1 Design
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# Health Wellbeing + Comfort, # Alliance for Sustainable Building Products (ASBP), # Architects, # Building Services Engineers, # University Tutors (Built Environment), # Students (Built Environment), # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Video / Webinar / Event, # Stage 1, # Stage 2, # Stage 3, # Stage 4, # Medium, # Basic
1-hour recorded webinar presenting key design strategies for designing health-focused buildings. This page also includes access to the presentation slides shown on the recorded webinar.
Energy / People / Buildings: Making Sustainable Architecture Work (2021)
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# User Experience Design + Occupant Behavior/Control, # Judit Kimpian, # Sofie Pelsmakers, # Hattie Hartman, # Architects, # Building Services Engineers, # University Tutors (Built Environment), # Students (Built Environment), # Property Managers / Operators, # Occupiers / End Users, # Report / Guidance / Standard, # Stage 1, # Stage 2, # Stage 3, # Stage 4, # Long, # Intermediate
2021
Book on understanding user impact on operational energy use and closing "performance gap" between designed (predicted) vs. actual performance of building by closing feedback loops. (Note: Paid resource).
WELL Building Standard
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# Tools + Guides (Human Factors), # International WELL Building Institute (IWBI), # Architects, # Building Services Engineers, # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Contractors / Subcontractors, # Students (Built Environment), # University Tutors (Built Environment), # Tool / Software, # Stage 1, # Stage 2, # Stage 3, # Stage 4, # Long, # Intermediate
Performance-based WELL Building Standard ® and certification system (created by IWBI), which comprehensively looks at human health and wellbeing within built environments (both at building and urban scales). The Standard is built around seven overarching concepts including air, water, nourishment, light, fitness, comfort and mind.
Living Building Challenge Standard ®
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# Tools + Guides (Human Factors), # International Living Future Institute (ILFI), # Architects, # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Contractors / Subcontractors, # Occupiers / End Users, # Tool / Software, # Stage 1, # Stage 2, # Stage 3, # Stage 4, # Stage 7, # Long, # Intermediate
Standard (created by the International Living Building Institute) to encourage the regeneration of built environments. The "Health + Happiness" and "Equity" "petals" i.e., sections of the Living Building Challenge Standard ® have specific reference to human health and wellbeing, and social justice-oriented topics.
25 Guiding Principles of Building Biology
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# Biophilic + Sensory Design, # Institute of Building Biology and Sustainability IBN, # Architects, # Building Services Engineers, # Contractors / Subcontractors, # Students (Built Environment), # University Tutors (Built Environment), # Report / Guidance / Standard, # Stage 1, # Stage 2, # Stage 3, # Stage 4, # Short, # Basic
Building Biology deals with the impact of the built environment on humans and the natural environment. With its holistic approach, health, sustainability and design aspects are also taken into account.
CIBSE TM59: Design Methodology for the Assessment of Overheating Risk in Homes (2017)
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# Tools + Guides (Human Factors), # Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE), # Building Services Engineers, # Architects, # Tool / Software, # Stage 2, # Stage 3, # Stage 4, # Stage 7, # Medium, # Intermediate
2017
Standard (created by CIBSE) for building services engineers outlining the recommended criteria and modelling guidance for thermal comfort in domestic buildings. This is a standard referenced in the RIBA 2030 Climate Challenge, among many other resources. (Note: Paid resource. Executive Summary is available for free).
CIBSE TM52: The Limits of Thermal Comfort: Avoiding Overheating in European Buildings (2013)
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# Tools + Guides (Human Factors), # Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE), # Building Services Engineers, # Architects, # University Tutors (Built Environment), # Students (Built Environment), # Tool / Software, # Stage 2, # Stage 3, # Stage 4, # Stage 5, # Stage 6, # Stage 7, # Medium, # Intermediate
2013
Standard (created by CIBSE) for building services engineers outlining the recommended criteria and modelling guidance for thermal comfort in non-domestic buildings. This is a standard referenced in the RIBA 2030 Climate Challenge, among many other resources. (Note: Paid resource. Executive Summary is available for free).
CIBSE TM40: Health and Wellbeing in Building Services (2020)
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# Tools + Guides (Human Factors), # Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE), # Building Services Engineers, # Architects, # University Tutors (Built Environment), # Students (Built Environment), # Report / Guidance / Standard, # Stage 1, # Stage 2, # Stage 3, # Stage 4, # Medium, # Intermediate
2020
Standard (created by CIBSE) for building services engineers outlining the recommended criteria and guidance for health and wellbeing in buildings - with specific focus on light, air quality, thermal comfort, humidity, electromagnetic fields, acoustics, and water quality. This is a standard referenced in the RIBA 2030 Climate Challenge, among many other resources. (Note: Paid resource. Executive Summary is available for free).
Soft Landings Framework
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# User Experience Design + Occupant Behavior/Control, # Building Services Research and Information Association (BSRIA), # Architects, # Building Services Engineers, # Property Managers / Operators, # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Structural Engineers, # Landscape Architects, # Contractors / Subcontractors, # Cost Consultants, # Tool / Software, # Stage 6, # Stage 7, # Long, # Intermediate
General resource providing multiple guidance notes on how to ensure occupants are considered from the inception of the design through to post-completion of built environments.
BREEAM Assessment Method ®
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# Tools + Guides (Human Factors), # Building Research Establishment (BRE) Group, # Architects, # Building Services Engineers, # Urban Planners, # Contractors / Subcontractors, # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Property Managers / Operators, # Cost Consultants, # Tool / Software, # Stage 1, # Stage 2, # Stage 3, # Stage 4, # Stage 5, # Stage 6, # Stage 7, # Long, # Intermediate
Environmental assessment method and certification system (created by the BRE Group) to advance sustainable and healthy built environments (both at building and urban scale). This method also aims to protect nature and enhance property investment value. The "Health and Wellbeing" section of the BREEAM Assessment Method ® has specific reference to human health and wellbeing-oriented topics.