1989 2nd EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON ARCHITECTURE: Science and Technology at the Service of Architecture
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Commission of the European Communities
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Science and Technology at the Service of Architecture
Proceedings of an International Conference held at
Paris, France, 4-8 December 1989
Edited by: Theo C. Steemers and Wolfgang Palz,
Commission of the European Communities
Kluwer Academic Publishers 1989
2nd EUROPEAN
CONFERENCE ON
ARCHITECTURE Commission of the European Communities
1989
2nd EUROPEAN
CONFERENCE
ARCHITECTURE
Science and Technology at the Service of Architecture
Proceedings of an International Conference held at
Paris, France, 4-8 December 1989
Edited by: Theo C Steemers and Wolfgang Palz,
Commission of the European Corr ra^jlFes"\ Fi'Jioih.
Kluwer Academic Pifrbltshers ISBN 0-7923-0732-1
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Commission of the European Communities
Directorate-General Telecommunications, Information Industries and Innovation,
Scientific and Technical Communications Unit, Luxembourg
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Printed in the Netherlands CONTENTS
Alphabetical list of authors
at the end of the book
Preface by Dr. Wolfgang Palz, CEC xix
Introduction by Theo C. Steemers, CEC xxi
Conference Sponsors / Conference Committee xxiv
Steering Committee / Scientifice
Welcome address to SECA by Theo C. Steemers, CEC xxvi
Welcomes to SECA by Dr. Hermann Scheer, Member
of the German Parliament, President of EUROSOLAR
INTRODDCTORY PAPER
Design tools - Friend or enemy 1
P.E. 0'Sullivan, Univ. College London, UK
The papers which were not submitted for
publication are not listed hereunder
DAYLIGHTING
01.01 Daylighting in the U.S.: Trends in technology and 3
design
C.C. Benton, Univ. of California, Berkeley, USA
01.03 Quality - The crucial metric in daylight design 9
CM. Parry, The Welsh School of Architecture, UK
01.04 The scale of light - A new concept and its applica- 12
tion
S. Frandsen, School of Architecture, Copenhagen,
Denmark
01.05 Daylighting in glazed atria 16
G. Willbold-Lohr, Btlro fur energiegerechtes Bauen,
Cologne, FR Germany
01.06 Simulation of light propagation applied to design of 21
daylit buildings
M. Fontoynont, B. Paule, ENTP, Vaulx en Velin,
France
01.07 Solar architecture as an initiator for unconven-4
tional planning and daylighting techniques
Y. Dean, M. Wilson, J. Walker, Polytechnic of
North London, UK
CLIMATK AMD URBAN DESIGN
02.01 Applicability of short reference years for passive 27
solar building simulation
P.A. Waide, Cranfield Inst, of Technology, Bedford,
UK. B. Norton, Univ. of Ulster, N. Ireland, UK
02.05 Madrid's microclimates 30
A. Gonzalez Barrios, R.I. Gonzalez Barrios, Madrid,
Spain
02.06 Sound town planning3
B. Delage, Paris, France
02.12 Insolation in the built environment: Criteria for 36
its normalization and regulation
F.O.R. Pereira, J.A.C. Mincache, Univ. of Sheffield,
UK 02.13 Les Economies d'energie dans le centre historique de 39
Palerme
A. Guli, L. Bellanca, S. Bertolino, A. Cammalleri,
L. Crimi, M. Lo Iacono, M.L. Pino, F. Schilleci,
Univ. de Palerme, Italy
02.15 Proposal for the planification and revitalization of 42
rural areas
M. Luxan, P.. Tendero, I. Villota, Univ. Politecnica,
Madrid, Spain
02.17 The computer programme "Gosol", an instrument to5
increase passive solar energy use in urban
planning
P. Goretzki, Univ. Stuttgart, FR Germany
02.19 Town development by planning and advice on the spot 48
R. Hytrek, F13rsheim/Main, FR Germany
02.25 Low energy ecological settlements (LEES) 51
J. Behnsen, Univ. of Oldenburg, FR Germany.
N. Baker, Univ. of Cambridge, UK. J. Rosemann,
Technical Univ. of Delft, The Netherlands
02.26 The Building, the urban space, the site and the4
environment in the area of Cergy-Pontoise: A global
conception method
J. Bouillot, Paris, France
02.28 Optimisation of urban layout with respect to solar 57
irradiation
R.J. Peckham, CEC/JRC, Ispra, Italy. E.J. Keeble,
Building Research Establishment, Garston, UK
02.29 Le logiciel de gestion des energies 60
Energie-Territoria
D. Rahal, M. Miramond, Inst. Nat. des Sciences
Appliquees de Lyon, France. B. Aulagne, Gaz de
France. J. Grillot, Paris, France
02.30 The evaluation of urban infrastructures in the S3
planification ofn networks
B. Saugy, R. Groux, J.C. Hadorn, J.M. Revaz, CREM,
Martigny, Switzerland
0 2.31 A modelised management of machine transformation 66
F. Feuillie, Uzes, France
02.32 Bioclimatic urban design in Andalucia9
J. L6pez de Asiain, A.L. Ballesteros Rodriguez,
J.M. Cabeza Lainez, J. Perez de Lama, Escuela Sup.
de Arquitectura, Seville, Spain
02.37 Climatic study of the old town in Nice 72
C. Petitcollot, Vence, France E. Rauzier, Biot,
France
02.39 Energy use and urban development - Urban blocks5
analysis
K. Steemers, N. Baker, D. Hawkes, The Martin Centre
for Architectural and Urban Studies, Cambridge, UK
COMFORT IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT
03.01 Comfort in urban space of Southern Europe 78
J. L6pez de Asiain, Escuela Sup. de Arquitectura,
Seville, Spain
03.02 Climatic and cultural preferences in window design 82
K.A. Tabet, S. Sharpies, Univ. of Sheffield, UK
03.03 The glazing: A challenge for thermal and visual6
comfort
C. Aghemo, S. Biava, M. Filippi, Politecnico di
Torino, Italy
03.04 Comfort studies by spatial thermal modelling of a 91
direct gain room
N.V. Baker, G.R. Newsham, The Martin Centre for
Architectural and Urban Studies, Cambridge, UK