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lasvegas tower   Las Vegas Residential Tower
The construction team of a tall hotel tower discovered that the curved southern facade of the building was focusing the energy of the sun and causing serious thermal issues.
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    london tower   London Office Tower
Located in downtown London, this 34 storey, 670,000 sf office building contains southern and northern facades that are all glass and concave in shape.
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    dashboard   Building Performance Dashboard
A dashboard to display building performance data for a variety of audiences, from the casual occupant to the enganged manager.
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    monitoring   Building Performance Monitoring
Design and installation of custom manufactured components including a weather station and sensor arrays to provide data points to track energy use, system performance, heat distribution, and variables related to occupant comfort.
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    vancouver   Stanford Graduate Housing Studios 3 & 4 Palo Alto, CA
Building monitoring, daylighting, and energy analysis for a post-occupancy evaluation. Inexpensive shading device add-ons helped the University save on energy costs and mechanical plant. Study Completed 2001.

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    residential energy and comfort   Residential Energy and Comfort
A set of data processing and data visualization tools that give designers and builders quick feedback for assessing design alternatives for the high performance home.
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      State Insurance Compensation Fund (SCIF), San Francisco, CA
Curtainwall options were analyzed with a suite of simulation tools including energy modeling, daylight modeling and thermal comfort software to evaluating and resolving multiple performance criteria.
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      "Daylighting Design: Advanced Window Wall Design in Practice" from Proceedings of the 2002 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings, American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, August 2002, p. 3.385-3.400.
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      Thermal Autonomy as Metric and Design Process Vancouver, BC
Thermal Autonomy is a metric and design process that links the occupant comfort to climate, building fabric and building operation by measuring how much of the available ambient energy resources a building can harness rather than how much fuel heating and cooling systems will consume.

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