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BASA, CAMILLE DESTAJO, ANGELU MARTINEZ, MARK MELGO, JOHN NAGAI, IZUMI


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SUGGESTIONS: • Water feature: • Hot air > cool air

• Change of window sizes to balance air circulation •

Living area

• Exhaust fan: •

Kitchen, utility room, toilet


SUMMER SOLSTICE: TOP

8:00 AM

10:00 AM

12:00 PM

2:00 PM


SUMMER SOLSTICE: NORTH

8:00 AM

10:00 AM

12:00 PM

2:00 PM


SUMMER SOLSTICE: SOUTH

8:00 AM

10:00 AM

12:00 PM

2:00 PM


SUMMER SOLSTICE: EAST

8:00 AM

10:00 AM

12:00 PM

2:00 PM


SUMMER SOLSTICE: WEST

8:00 AM

10:00 AM

12:00 PM

2:00 PM


WINTER SOLSTICE: TOP

8:00 AM

10:00 AM

12:00 PM

2:00 PM


WINTER SOLSTICE: NORTH

8:00 AM

10:00 AM

12:00 PM

2:00 PM


WINTER SOLSTICE: SOUTH

8:00 AM

10:00 AM

12:00 PM

2:00 PM


WINTER SOLSTICE: EAST

8:00 AM

10:00 AM

12:00 PM

2:00 PM


WINTER SOLSTICE: WEST

8:00 AM

10:00 AM

12:00 PM

2:00 PM


SUMMER EQUINOX: TOP

8:00 AM

10:00 AM

12:00 PM

2:00 PM


SUMMER EQUINOX: TOP

4:00 PM


SUMMER EQUINOX: NORTH

8:00 AM

10:00 AM

12:00 PM

2:00 PM


SUMMER EQUINOX: NORTH

4:00 PM


SUMMER EQUINOX: SOUTH

8:00 AM

10:00 AM

12:00 PM

2:00 PM


SUMMER EQUINOX: EAST

8:00 AM

10:00 AM

12:00 PM

2:00 PM


SUMMER EQUINOX: EAST

4:00 PM


SUMMER EQUINOX: WEST

8:00 AM

10:00 AM

12:00 PM

2:00 PM


SUMMER EQUINOX: WEST

4:00 PM


WINTER EQUINOX: TOP

8:00 AM

10:00 AM

12:00 PM

2:00 PM


WINTER EQUINOX: TOP

4:00 PM


WINTER EQUINOX: NORTH

8:00 AM

10:00 AM

12:00 PM

2:00 PM


WINTER EQUINOX: NORTH

4:00 PM


WINTER EQUINOX: SOUTH

8:00 AM

10:00 AM

12:00 PM

2:00 PM


WINTER EQUINOX: SOUTH

4:00 PM


WINTER EQUINOX: EAST

8:00 AM

10:00 AM

12:00 PM

2:00 PM


WINTER EQUINOX: EAST

4:00 PM


WINTER EQUINOX: WEST

8:00 AM

10:00 AM

12:00 PM

2:00 PM


WINTER EQUINOX: WEST

4:00 PM


Isometric view


INTERVENTION LAYOUT


RESEARCH: MATERIALS


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STRENGTHS

WEAKNESSES

OPPORTUNITIES 2015

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THREATS


Technology AIRCON

Qty

pcs

3

kW

Operating Hours*P1.08/kWh

Daily Expenses

Expenses/month(*30)

4.000

8 hours

Php 103.68

Php 3110.4

REFRIGERATOR

1 pc

1.000

24 hours

Php 25.92

Php 777.6

DISHWASHING MACHINE

1 pc

1.500

1 hour

Php 1.62

Php 48.6

WASHING MACHINE

1 pc

.700

5 hours

Php 3.78

Php 113.4

CLOTHES DRYER

1 pc

3.000

3 hours

Php 9.72

Php 291.6

pcs

.300

12 hours

Php 11.664

Php 349.92

DESPENSER

1 pc

.200

24 hours

Php 5.184

Php 155.52

ELECTRIC STOVE

1

pc

2.000

3 hours

Php 6.48

Php 194.4

TV

3

SHOWER HEATER

3

pcs

1.500

5 hours

Php 24.3

Php 729

ELECTRIC FAN

5

pcs

.025

12 hours

Php 1.62

Php 48.6

.750

3 hours

Php 2.43

Php 72.9

FLAT IRON

1 pc


Technology

Qty

*kW

Operating Hours*P1.08/kWh

Daily Expenses

Total Expenses/month(*30)

LIGHTS

21 pcs

.06

12 hours

Php 16.3296

Php 489.888

LAMPS

7 pcs

.06

8 hours

Php 3.6288

Php 108.864

AMPLIFIER

3 pcs

1.000

4 hours

Php 12.96

Php 388.8

1 pc

1.000

1 hour

Php 1.08

Php 32.4

LAPTOPS

3 pcs

.065

8 hour

Php 1.6848

Php 50.544

CELL PHONE CHARGER

7 pcs

.006

2 hours

Php 0.09072

Php 2.7216

HAIR STRAIGHTENER/CURLER

2 pcs

.085

1 hour Php 0.1836

Php 5.508

SEWING MACHINE

1 pc

.100

5 hours

Php 0.54

Php 16.2

PUMPING MACHINE

1 pc

5.700

5 hours

Php 30.78

Php 923.4

COFFEE MAKER


SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES


SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES

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SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES


SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES


SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES


SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES


SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES


SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES


GEOTHERMAL HEAT PUMP SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES

A geothermal heat pulls from stable underground heat in closed loop system. The buried loop contains water or antifreeze. This type of system can might cost a lot for installation, but it can reduce your heating and cooling bills by as much as 30 to 40 percent


DUAL FLUSH WATERCLOSET SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES A dual flush toilet has two flush options: one for liquid waste, and one for solid waste. Less water is used. Dual flush toilets also use a different mechanism to flush waste away which means they're even more efficient in handling solid waste than a conventional toilet


SMART POWER STRIP SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES

Appliances plugged into walls uses energy even during off position because they don't actually turn off. Instead, they go into "standby mode," which constantly uses energy. Smart power strips work by using a control device to cut all power


HOME ENERGY MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES

One of the best ways to conserve energy at home is to figure out where you're using the most power, and a home energy monitor puts that knowledge at your fingertips. Whether you opt to monitor your power use outlet by outlet knowing how much power you're using and where can help you cut your energy use to save money.


Turn off Extra Lightening in Home CONSERVATION TECHNIQUES

The simplest way of conserving energy is to turn off the unnecessary lightning of rooms. Moreover, you can replace existing light bulbs with the energy efficient lights like CFL and LED lights.


Thermostat instead of Manual Thermostat CONSERVATION TECHNIQUES

Temperature is adjustable according to a series of programmed settings that take effect at different times of the day resulting to lesser energy consumption.


VENTILATION METHOD CONSERVATION TECHNIQUES

Some ventilation techniques are helpful in order to conserve energy at home such as window should be large and airy window. By using this technique you can reduce the power loss at the same time you can conserve the energy consumed by the bulbs and fans


Because the dumped garbage can become a breeding ground for disease-causing organisms.


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food/kitchen waste papers PET bottles metals cans boxes/cartons glass bottles cellophane/plastics yard/garden wastes


segregate their wastes into PET bottles, glass bottles, and other waste (mixed wastes)


Reusing keeps materials out of the waste stream, saves you money and creates quality affordable goods.


Try to shrink the amount you recycle. Zero waste is about recycling less not more.


Try to regrow kitchen scraps


Donate unused items


Effective Waste Manangement Requires coordinated action of government, business, and professional groups and their activities.


objectives

1. 2. 3.

To eliminate waste where possible To minimize waste where feasible To reuse materials which might otherwise become waste.


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Eliminating waste

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Some ways of eliminating waste is to, for example, use modular metal form systems for concrete construction. They shall be readily demountable and reusable on other projects. This would then eliminate wood waste associated with formwork fabricated of plywood and dimensional lumber. Elimination of waste can reduce its bad effects on human health and the environment.


Minimizing waste

A technique on minimizing in construction is to choose products that can be designed and manufactured to be shipped with minimal packaging. Also the use of recyclable materials and products offers potential to minimize waste.


Reusing of good condition materials such as doors, windows and wood planks can be reconditioned while others can be scraped and reused on another project

Reusing materials


JOB SITE > COLLECTION AND HAULING >TIPPING > SORTING > TRANSPORT > DISPOSAL


JOBSITE SORTING

Materials should be identified and sorted as it is an important factor in determining the viability of diverting construction debris from disposal. Protocols are stated in contracts and implemented at the project by project managers. They utilize specifications prepared by architects and engineers for the targeted diversion rates, and general performance requirements.


Construction wastes are collected and transported to disposal facilities via truck.

COLLECTION AND HAULING


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TIPPING

â—? Identification of loads and debris is an important step in ensuring materials are appropriately handled. Materials are typically describe as those that can be accepted and those that are not accepted may be turned away. Hazardous waste have characteristics such as corrosivity, ignitability, reactivity, and toxicity.


It involves loading materials onto a conveyor belt and passes through a manual sorting line where several workers to stand. Materials are identified and deposited into bins.

SORTING


Picked and sorted materials are then deposited and transported to processing sites where in they are processed and discarded.

TRANSPORT


Materials destined for disposal in landfills include refuse, materials contaminated with waste or which have been ruined, and materials for which second hand markets does not exist.

DISPOSAL


Sustainability indicator in the spatial scale 1. 2.

The location of the building is considered to be one of the main factors of sustainable assessment. The spatial level of intervention: Building, regional, national, international.

Sustainability indicator in the time scale 1. 2.

Continuous period, which help to define the trends over a continuous period of time. Fixed period, where the measurements are made at a certain time during a fixed period.


1.

Criteria

The criteria refers to the set of considerations within sustainable assessment by distinguishing between ecological concerns such as; resource use, ecological impact, human resources, indoor environmental quality, and economic factors such as maintenance and cost to run. 2.

Time

Time scale is one of the factors affecting sustainable development substantially due to the changing nature of the performance criteria and the appearance of new ones over a period of time. 3.

Scale

Location and other contextual issues are also important. They help in terms of the discussion regarding the legitimacy of a building assessment or design tool. Scale is a critical dimension in relation to a building’s performance within the context of sustainability.


VENT HOOD WINDOWS (for passive ventilation) INDOOR PLANTS (Odor Reduction and Air circulation) EXHAUST FAN (for additional ventilation)


DEHUMIDIFIER (reduce indoor humidity) CEILING FAN (Additional Indoor Air Movement)


EXHAUST FAN (Reduce Humidity and Odor) SMALL WINDOW (Natural ventilation)


DEHUMIDIFIER WINDOW UTILITY EXHAUST (TO PULL OUT HOT AIR) CEILING FAN (ADDITIONAL AIR CIRCULATON) AIR CONDITIONING


TOXIC PAINT FORMALDEHYDE SEALANT PVC FLOORING AND TILE WORK COMPOSITE WOOD Indoor Cleaning Materials Pesticides


HEALTH HAZARDS CAUSED BY INDOOR AIR POLLUTION HEADACHES NAUSEA ASTHMA ALLERGIES RESPIRATORY COMPLICATIONS COUGH SINUS CONGESTION EYE, SKIN, THROAT IRRITATION DIZZINESS FATIGUE DEPRESSION


EXHAUST FAN/VENT HUMIDIFIER/DEHUMIDIFIER INDOOR PLANTS WINDOW SCREEN WINDOW UTILITY EXHAUST CEILING FAN/AIR CONDITIONING


MATERIALS THAT CONTROL RADIANT TEMPERATURE Double Glazed Glass Windows Wood Panel Flooring Matte Concrete Finishing Curtains and Blinds


http://www.architecture.com.au/docs/default-s ource/edg/sustainable-design-strategies-for-ar chitects.pdf?sfvrsn=0

Consumer Energy Center. "Central HVAC." California Energy Commission. (April 2, 2012) http://www.consumerenergycenter.org/home/h eating_cooling/heating_cooling.html

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Energy Savers. "Benefits of Geothermal Heat Pump Systems." U.S. Department of Energy. February 9, 2011. (April 2, 2012)

Energy Star. "Which programmable thermostat is right for me?" U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

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http://electricsaver1200.com/blog/energy-cons ervation-techniques-important-aspects-to-sav e-energy-for-home/

https://www.epa.gov/iaq-schools/controlling-p ollutants-and-sources-indoor-air-quality-desig n-tools-schools#ExhaustorSpotVentilation

https://www.epa.gov/iaq-schools/controlling-p ollutants-and-sources-indoor-air-quality-desig n-tools-schools#Air Cleaning

https://www.decodedscience.org/toxic-flooring -tile-carpet-and-bamboo/29139

https://ohsonline.com/Articles/2013/09/01/Buil ding-Materials-Can-Be-a-Major

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https://www.irbnet.de/daten/iconda/CIB_DC23 506.pdf https://www.wbdg.org/resources/constructionwaste-management

TROPICAL DESIGN  

DLS-CSB (BS-ARCH): BASA, CAMILLE DESTAJO, ANGELU MARTINEZ, MARK MELGO, JOHN NAGAI, IZUMI

TROPICAL DESIGN  

DLS-CSB (BS-ARCH): BASA, CAMILLE DESTAJO, ANGELU MARTINEZ, MARK MELGO, JOHN NAGAI, IZUMI

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