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TABLEOFCONTENTS •

E X C E C U T I V E

B U I L D I N G

L O C A L

A I R

R E C O M M E N D A T I O N S

W I N D

S U N

U N S H A D E D

R E C O M M E N D A T I O N S

S W O T

S U S T A I N A B L E

A R E A S

T E C H N O L O G I E S

E N E G R Y

A U D I T

E N E R G Y

E F F I C I E N C Y

O F F - G R I D

E N E R G Y

M A T E R I A L S

S M O K I N G

S O U R C E

B U I L D I N G

W A S T E

R E C Y C L E D

D I S A S T E R

R E S O U R C E S

O F

P R O J E C T E D

G R E E N

B U I L D I N G

A C K N O W L E D G E M E N T S

S U M M A R Y

1 - 2

P R O F I L E

V I C I N I T Y

M O V E M E N T

F L O W

3 - 4

M A P A N D

O N

5 - 6 T H E R M A L

T O

C O M F O R T

A T T A I N

T H E R M A L

7 - 1 1 C O M F O R T

1 2 - 1 3

S I T E

1 4 - 2 2

P A T H

2 2 - 4 3 F E N E S T R A T I O N F O R

4 4 - 4 7

T H E

S T R U C T U R E

D U E

T O

I T S

S U N

A N A L Y S I S

T O

S T R A T E G I E S

5 5 - 6 0 6 1 - 6 3

U S E D

6 4 - 6 7 6 8 - 7 1 A S S E S S M E N T

7 2 - 7 3

A N A L Y S I S

7 4 - 7 5

C A P T U R E

O F

4 8 - 4 9 5 0 - 5 4

F O C U S

A N D

A R E A

P A T H

7 6 - 7 7 I N D O O R

Q U A L I T Y

7 8 - 8 0

A P P L I C A T I O N

8 1 - 8 2

P O L L U T A N T S M A N A G E M E N T

T H E

S M A R T

8 3 - 8 6 8 7 - 8 8

W A S T E

8 9 - 9 4

S T R U C T U R E R A T I N G

A N D

E S T A H B L I S H M E N T S

L E V E L

A U T O M A T I O N

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EXCECUTIVE SUMMARY TROPICAL DESIGN OR TROPDES, REALLY IS A NECESSITY IN ANY STRUCTURAL DESIGN EVER SINCE MAN STARTED BUILDING HOMES, THOUGH THROUGHOUT HISTORY HAD EVOLVED GREATLY ALONGSIDE THE GROWTH OF TECHNOLOGY, IMPROVING COMFORT OF ITS USERS. TROPICAL DESIGN CONSIDERS DIFFERENT TYPES OF FACTORS THAT WOULD AFFECT THE FUNCTION, QUALITY, AND SPAN OF TIME THE STRUCTURE WOULD LAST, WHICH IS WHY TROPICAL DESIGN HAD EVOLVED TO SUCH EXTENT TO FURTHER PURSUE THIS SIMPLE FACTORS TO A DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF THE OTHER SUB-FACTORS THE EFFECTS THE CONDITION OF THE SAID STRUCTURE, FROM NATURAL FACTORS LIKE WIND FLOW, AIR MOVEMENT, SOLAR PATH, PROFILE OF THE STRUCTURE, AND THE SITE WHERE THE PROPOSED STRUCTURE IS TO BE BUILD. ALONGSIDE THE NATURAL FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE QUALITY OF COMFORT OF THE STRUCTURE, TECHNOLOGY PLAYS A GREAT ROLE IN FURTHER OPTIMISING ALL POSSIBLE POTENTIAL OF ANY SAID STRUCTURE, FURTHER BOOSTING COMFORT QUALITY, ENERGY EFFICIENCY, AND COST SAVING.

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EXCECUTIVE SUMMARY TROPICAL DESIGN CONSIDERS DIFFERENT TYPES OF FACTORS THAT WOULD AFFECT THE FUNCTION, QUALITY, AND SPAN OF TIME THE STRUCTURE WOULD LAST, WHICH IS WHY TROPICAL DESIGN HAD EVOLVED TO SUCH EXTENT TO FURTHER PURSUE THIS SIMPLE FACTORS TO A DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF THE OTHER SUB-FACTORS THE EFFECTS THE CONDITION OF THE SAID STRUCTURE, FROM NATURAL FACTORS LIKE WIND FLOW, AIR MOVEMENT, SOLAR PATH, PROFILE OF THE STRUCTURE, AND THE SITE WHERE THE PROPOSED STRUCTURE IS TO BE BUILD. ALONGSIDE THE NATURAL FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE QUALITY OF COMFORT OF THE STRUCTURE, TECHNOLOGY PLAYS A GREAT ROLE IN FURTHER OPTIMISING ALL POSSIBLE POTENTIAL OF ANY SAID STRUCTURE, FURTHER BOOSTING COMFORT QUALITY, ENERGY EFFICIENCY, AND COST SAVING.

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BUILDINGPROFILE


LOCAL VICINITY MAP


LOCALVICINITYMAP

A M I I H A N

H A B A G A T C A L I S O N , G O, A LC A N TA R A


AIR MOVEMENT AND THERMAL COMFORT


AVERAGE TEMPERATURE WIND SPEED

AVERAGE HUMIDITY

LEGENDAND REQUIREDWIND SPEED TO REACHCOMFORTZONE


AIRMOVEMENT(NORTHEAST)AMIHAN

AIRMOVEMENTFRONTELEVATION

AIR MOVEMENT (TOPVIEW)

AIRMOVEMENTBACKELEVATION


AIR MOVEMENT

AIRMOVEMENT(SOUTHWEST)HABAGAT

AIRMOVEMENT TOP VIEW


AIRMOVEMENTFRONTELEVATION

AIRMOVEMENTBACKELEVATION

AIR MOVEMENT


RECOMMENDATIONS


RECOMMENDATIONS • CENTER-PIVOT WINDOW •

HELPS IMPROVEAIR CIRCULATIONS INSIDE THE STRUCTURE

GIVE OF SAME AMOUNT OF NATURAL LIGHTING ASTHE FIXED WINDOWS

• FLAT-ROOF GABLE SKYLIGHT •

FULLY UTILIZES THE PASSING WIND, WHICH WOULD IMPROVE

THE CIRCULATION OF THE WIND, DECREASING THE ACCUMULATEDHEAT INSIDE THE STRUCTURE.

• ROOF INSULATORS •

DECREASES HEAT PASSING THROUGH THE ROOF

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WIND FLOW ON SITE


DAGONOY ST. CORNER, TAFT AVENUE, VICINITY MAP MANILA CITY • VEGETATION OR FOLIAGE IS NOT VERY DAGONOY ST. CORNER, ST. TAFT AVENUE,TAFT MANILA CITY MANILA CITY DAGONOY CORNER, AVENUE,

EVIDENT IN THE SITE.

• AIR MOVEMENT IS DIMISHED DUE TO THE TALL STRUCTURES SURROUNDING THE HOUSE .

SITE IS HERE

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• MOST SHRUBS OR TREES ARE INSIDE PRIVATE SPACES


FLOOR PLAN • THE STRUCTURE HAS VERY FEW OPENINGS THAT COULD INDUCE AIR FLOW. REDESIGNING IS RECOMMENDED. • NO VEGETATION THAT COULD ALSO HELP IN REDIRECTING AIR FLOW.

FIXED GLASS WINDOWS •

RECOMMENDED TO CHANGE FOR AIR MOVEMENT IN OCCUPANCY ZONES IN THE WINDWARD SIDE

DOOR OPENINGS •

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GOOD FOR TEMPORARY WIND TO ENTER THE BUILDING INTERIOR


MONTH :: JANUARY JANUARY MONTH

• VERY LITTLE AIRFLOW ON THE GROUND LEVEL THAT COULD HIT THE HOUSE

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1 . 6 M/S 1 . 6 M/S

WIN DS PEED


3.4M/S MONTH : FEBRUARY 3 . MONTH : FEBRUARY 4 M / S

• AGAIN, THERE IS MINIMAL WIND TOWARDS THE 1-STOREY HOUSE DUE TO ITS SURROUNDING BUILDINGS

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WIN DS PEED


4.1M/S MONTH : MARCH APRIL 4 . MONTH : MARCH - APRIL 1 M / S

• 4 . 1 M / S – THE HIGHEST WIND SPEED THERE IS BASED FROM THE DATA

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WIN DS PEED


MONTH :: MAY MAY MONTH

• FROM 4 . 1 M/S, THE WINDSPEED GRADUALLY SLOWS DOWN

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3 . 4 M/S

WIN DS PEED


MONTH :: JJUUNNEE -- DECEMBER DECEMBER MONTH

• THERE IS AN AVERAGE CONSTANT WINDSPEED FROM JUNE TO DECEMBER

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WIN DS PEED

1 . 6 M/S


SUNPATH


BUILDING TYPE :RESIDENTIAL LOCATION: TAFT AVE, MALATE,MANILA

SOLAR RADIATION

COEFFICIENT OF HEAT TRANSFER

%

W/m2K

K

R-VALUE

CONCRETE

60

8.9

1.7

.88

SINGLE GLAZED GLASS

43

30

1

5

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CONDUCTIVITY

RESISTANCE


LATITUDE: 14°33'57.4"N LONGITUDE:120°59'37.8"E

VERNALEQUINOX 8:00AM

2:00PM

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12:00PM

10:00AM

4:00PM


LATITUDE: 14°33'57.4"N LONGITUDE:120°59'37.8"E

VERNALEQUINOX MARCH 21NORTH ELEVATION

8:00AM

12:00PM

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2:00PM

10:00AM

4:00PM


LATITUDE: 14°33'57.4"N LONGITUDE:120°59'37.8"E

VERNALEQUINOX MARCH 21EAST ELEVATION

8:00AM

12:00PM

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2:00PM

10:00AM

4:00PM


LATITUDE: 14°33'57.4"N LONGITUDE:120°59'37.8"E

VERNALEQUINOX MARCH 21SOUTH ELEVATION

8:00AM

12:00PM

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2:00PM

10:00AM

4:00PM


LATITUDE: 14°33'57.4"N LONGITUDE:120°59'37.8"E

VERNALEQUINOX MARCH 21WEST ELEVATION

8:00AM

12:00PM

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2:00PM

10:00AM

4:00PM


LATITUDE: 14°33'57.4"N LONGITUDE:120°59'37.8"E

AUTUMNALEQUINOX 8:00AM

2:00PM

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12:00PM

10:00AM

4:00PM


LATITUDE: 14°33'57.4"N LONGITUDE:120°59'37.8"E

AUTUMNALEQUINOX SEPTEMBER 21NORTH ELEVATION

8:00AM

12:00PM

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2:00PM

10:00AM

4:00PM


LATITUDE: 14°33'57.4"N LONGITUDE:120°59'37.8"E

AUTUMNALEQUINOX SEPTEMBER 21EAST ELEVATION

8:00AM

12:00PM

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2:00PM

10:00AM

4:00PM


LATITUDE: 14°33'57.4"N LONGITUDE:120°59'37.8"E

AUTUMNALEQUINOX SEPTEMBER 21SOUTH ELEVATION

8:00AM

12:00PM

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2:00PM

10:00AM

4:00PM


LATITUDE: 14°33'57.4"N LONGITUDE:120°59'37.8"E

AUTUMNALEQUINOX SEPTEMBER 21WEST ELEVATION

8:00AM

12:00PM

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2:00PM

10:00AM

4:00PM


LATITUDE: 14°33'57.4"N LONGITUDE:120°59'37.8"E

SUMMERSOLSTICE 8:00AM

2:00PM

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12:00PM

10:00AM

4:00PM


LATITUDE: 14°33'57.4"N LONGITUDE:120°59'37.8"E

SUMMERSOLSTICE JUNE 21 NORTH ELEVATION

8:00AM

12:00PM

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2:00PM

10:00AM

4:00PM


LATITUDE: 14°33'57.4"N LONGITUDE:120°59'37.8"E

SUMMERSOLSTICE JUNE 21 EAST ELEVATION

8:00AM

12:00PM

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2:00PM

10:00AM

4:00PM


LATITUDE: 14°33'57.4"N LONGITUDE:120°59'37.8"E

SUMMERSOLSTICE JUNE 21 SOUTH ELEVATION

8:00AM

12:00PM

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2:00PM

10:00AM

4:00PM


LATITUDE: 14°33'57.4"N LONGITUDE:120°59'37.8"E

SUMMERSOLSTICE JUNE 21WEST ELEVATION

8:00AM

12:00PM

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2:00PM

10:00AM

4:00PM


LATITUDE: 14°33'57.4"N LONGITUDE:120°59'37.8"E

WINTERSOLSTICE 8:00AM

2:00PM

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12:00PM

10:00AM

4:00PM


LATITUDE: 14°33'57.4"N LONGITUDE:120°59'37.8"E

WINTER SOLSTICE DECEMBER 21NORTH ELEVATION

8:00AM

12:00PM

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2:00PM

10:00AM

4:00PM


LATITUDE: 14°33'57.4"N LONGITUDE:120°59'37.8"E

WINTER SOLSTICE DECEMBER 21EAST ELEVATION

8:00AM

12:00PM

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2:00PM

10:00AM

4:00PM


LATITUDE: 14째33'57.4"N LONGITUDE:120째59'37.8"E

WINTER SOLSTICE DECEMBER 21SOUTH ELEVATION

8:00AM

12:00PM

2:00PM

LATITUDE: 14째33'57.4"N CALISON, GO,ALCANTARA LONGITUDE:120째59'37.8"E

TROPDES

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10:00AM

4:00PM DAR1

AR. AMLECCIONES


LATITUDE: 14°33'57.4"N LONGITUDE:120°59'37.8"E

WINTERSOLSTICE DECEMBER 21WEST ELEVATION

8:00AM

12:00PM

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2:00PM

10:00AM

4:00PM


VERNAL MARCH 21

LEGEND: UNSHADED FENESTRATION

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BUILDING TYPE :RESIDENTIAL LOCATION: TAFT AVE, MALATE,MANILA


AUTUMNAL SEPTEMBER 21

LEGEND: UNSHADED FENESTRATION

BUILDING TYPE :RESIDENTIAL LOCATION: TAFT AVE, MALATE,MANILA


SUMMER MARCH 21

LEGEND: UNSHADED FENESTRATION

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BUILDING TYPE :RESIDENTIAL LOCATION: TAFT AVE, MALATE,MANILA


WINTER DECEMBER 21

LEGEND: UNSHADED FENESTRATION

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RECOMMENDATIONS


DESIGN RECOMMENDATION GLAZED WINDOW

DUE TO HAVING A SINGLE STOREY DESIGN WHICH IS SURROUNDED BY MULTIPLE STOREY STRUCTURES, USING A GLAZED GLASS WINDOW WOULD BE ENOUGH TO LESSEN THE THE ENTRY OF HEAT, WHILE COMPLEMENTING THE DESIGN.

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SWOT ANALYSIS


DESIGNRECOMMENDATION SWOT ANALYSIS

STRENGTHS • STRUCTURE HAS A FLOOR TO CEILING HEIGHT THAT CAN LESSEN THE DEAD AIR SPACE FOR THE FOLLOWING HOME/STRUCTURE. • HAS ENOUGH NATURAL LIGHT. • NO EXPOSURE TO OUTSIDE ELEMENTS (PEST, INSECTS, ETC) CALISON , GO


SWOT ANALYSIS

WEAKNESSES • SITE LOCATION IS SURROUNDED BY MULTIPLE STOREYS STRUCTURE. • FIXED WINDOWS, NO NATURAL VENTILATION. • NEAR IN A MAIN ROAD. CALISON , GO


SWOT ANALYSIS

OPPORTUNITIES • STRUCTURE HAS OPPORTUNITY TO BE FURTHER DEVELOP, SUSTAINABLE STRUCTURE, EFFICIENT, YET PROGRESSIVE IN TERMS OF TECHNOLOGY

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SWOT ANALYSIS

THREATS • NO PROPER AIR FLOW IN THE HOUSE. • MONTHS WHEREIN THE SUN IS AT ITS PEAK.

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SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGY


SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGY SOLAR CHIMEY


SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGY WIND CATCHER


SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGY PASSIVE SOLAR SHADING

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SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGY WATER HARVESTING

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SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGY USAGE OF RECYCLABLE MATERIALS

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AREAS TO FOCUS


AREAS FOR INTERVENTION FOCUS • OPENING WINDOWS -USING THE CORRECT WINDOW (NOT FIXED) TO HAVE A PROPER AIR FLOW TO ENTER THE STRUCTURE

• ROOFING

-USING A DIFFERENT TYPE OF ROOF TO MAXIMIZE THE WATER COLLECTION SYSTEM TO MAKE THE STRUCTURE MORE WATER EFFICIENT -HAVING SKYLIGHTS TO GIVE THE STRUCTURE TO HAVE MORE AIRFLOW

• EXTERIOR FAÇADE

-MORE VEGETATION TO NEGATE DIRECT CONTACT FROM THE SUN

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SECONDARY CONCENTRATION AREA • BUILDING MATERIALS -OVERALL MATERIAL USED FOR THE STRUCTURE (ROOFING, CEILING, FAÇADE,ETC)

• INTERIOR ORIENTATION -KNOWING THE PRIORITY OF SPACES THAT NEEDS A PROPER AIR FLOW

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TECHNOLOGY TO USE


ENERGY EFFICENY

-Wind turbines are mounted on top of the roof to generate energy from the velocity of the passing wind -While having a solar paneled generator -Hybrid solar wind power generator CALISON , GO


WATER EFFICENCY

-Having a Low-Flow Faucet Aerator, Rain water harvesting, and recycling grey water CALISON , GO


MATERIAL EFFICENY

-Glasses used for most windows are smart glasses, which shades the interior of the house from rays of the sun -Help lessen the heat that passes through the roof by reflecting the a portion of the heat rays of the sun, thus increasing comfort, and improving humidity inside the house CALISON , GO


ENERGY AUDIT


ENERGY AUDIT KWH -MERALCO (2018) = PHP 8.72 PER Device

Annual PHP

Cellphone charger

Hours Used

Watts

kWH/day

Device

Annual PHP

Hours Used

Watts

kWH/d ay

Microwave

P1909.68

.50hrs

1200 Watts

0.60

Electric Stove

P9549.00

2hrs

1500 Watts

3.00

LED Bulb (x9)

P1432.26

5hrs

10 Watts

0.05

5hrs

30 Watts

0.15

P47.75

3hrs

5 watts

0.015

Router

P445.59

24hrs

6 watts

0.14

Water Heater

P38,197

3hrs

4000 watts

12

Hair Dryer

P795.70

.16hrs

1500 Watts

0.25

LED/LCD TV screen

P477.42

Toaster

P736.88

.20hrs

1200 Watts

0.24

Total (annual)

P99,169.24.

-

3,880,315 Watts

31.16

A/C

P31,828

10hrs

1000 Watts

10.00

Total (monthly)

P8264.10

-

127,572 Watts

31.16

P13,749.96

24hrs

180 Watts

4.32

Refrigerator

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TOTAL ENERGY USED IN A DAY= 10,631 WATTS KWH AVE (MONTHLY) = 10.631


ENERGY AUDIT KWH -MERALCO (2018) = PHP 8.72 PER

• kWH formula • Annual Cost formula

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• (Watts x Hours)/1000 • A/C = (1000watts)(10hrs)/1000 = 10kWH • kWH(kWH Rate)(365days) • A/C = (10kWh)(P8.72)(365days) = PhP 31,828


ENERGY EFFICIENCY ASSESSMENT


ENERGY EFFICIENCY ASSESSMENT • TECHNOLOGIES • • • • •

REFLECTIVE PAINT/TILES REFLECTIVE EXTERNAL PAINTS IMPROVED NATURAL VENTILATION HIGH-EFFICIENCY BOILER (EFF.= 95%) HEAT PUMP FOR HOT WATER (COP= 1.5) • ENERGY EFFICIENT APPLIANCES • ENERGY SAVING LIGHT BULBS (COMMON AREAS)

ENERGY SAVINGS = 13.22% CALISON , GO


OFF-GRID ANALYSIS


OFF-GRID SCENARIO ANALYSIS PHOTOVOLTAIC PANELS • THE STRUCTURE ITSELF CAN PRODUCE THE REQUIRED AMOUNT OF ENERGY TO SUSTAIN ITSELF, HAVING THE REQUIREMENT OF 110% ENERGY THAT IS 329.561 KILLO WATT PER MONTH USING A SOLAR PANELS (PHOTOVOLTAIC PANELS) TO ACHIEVE THE NEEDED ENERGY TO SELF MAINTAIN THE BUILDING. • TO REACH THE RATING OF 110% TOTAL ENERGY THAT IS 329.561 KILOWATT PER MONTH 329.561 Kilowatt per month More or less 10.631 kwh/day 31 DAYS (REQUIRED AREA) X1000 WATTS SOLAR ENERGY X 20% EFFICENCY X 5 HOURS OF THE DAY =10.631 REQUIRED AREA = 94.065sqm


ENERGY CAPTURE


ENERGY CAPTURE • RESOURCES CAPTURED/RECOVERED FROM EQUIPMENTS • • • •

WATER CLOSET WASHING MACHINE SINKS A/C

• ENERGY SETUP • DIRECT PUMPING SYSTEM • INSTEAD OF ONLY RAINWATER ALSO BY-PRODUCT WATER THAT ARE FILTERED OUT, THEN REUSED TO FURTHER INCREASE WATER ENERGY EFFICIENCY WITHIN THE STRUCTURE


MATERIALS AND INDOOR QUALITY


Materials and Indoor Air Quality

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Materials and Indoor Air Quality CURRENT STRUCTURE MATERIALS

ALTERNATE MATERIALS

• Wood finishes that is not water based.

• WATER-BASED WOOD FINISHES.

• VOC paints.

• CLASSIFIED ZERO-VOC PAINTS .

• Non organic sealants.

• ECO-BOND.

• Cork insulation.

• ECO-SOLVE. • ULTRATOUCH RECYCLED DENIM INSULATION.

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SMOKING AREA APPLICATION


SMOKING AREA APPLICATION THE SITE WILL GIVE SMOKING AREAS FOR THE SITE ACCORDING TO REPUBLIC ACT NO. 9211 (TABACCO REGULATION ACT OF 2003 SECTION 3. PURPOSE – IT IS THE MAIN THRUST OF THIS ACT TO:

a. PROMOTE A HEALTHFUL ENVIRONMENT; b. INFORM THE PUBLIC OF THE HEALTH RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH CIGARETTE SMOKING AND TOBACCO USE; c.

REGULATE AND SUBSEQUENTLY BAN ALL TOBACCO ADVERTISEMENTS AND SPONSORSHIPS;

d. REGULATE THE LABELING OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS; e. PROTECT THE YOUTH FROM BEING INITIATED TO CIGARETTE SMOKING AND TOBACCO USE BY PROHIBITING THE SALE OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS TO MINORS; f.

ASSIST AND ENCOURAGE FILIPINO TOBACCO FARMERS TO CULTIVATE ALTERNATIVE AGRICULTURAL CROPS TO PREVENT ECONOMIC DISLOCATION; AND

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OUR STRUCTURE SHOULD ENCOURAGE YOUNG PEOPLE TO AVOID SMOKING IN THE AREA TO AVOID ANY FIRE HAZZARDS, CAUSE THE SITE HAS ITS OWN VEGITATION


SOURCE OF POLLUTANTS


SOURCE OF POLLUTANTS KITCHEN

THE KITCHEN HAS ITS OWN WASTE DISPOSAL THAT COULD HAVE VOC WHILE OPERATING IT. CROSS VENTILATION

HAVING PROPER VENTILATION FOR THE STRUCTURE WILL HELP THE CIRCULATION OF POLLUTANT TO GO OUT OF THE STRUCTURE

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SOURCE OF POLLUTANTS KITCHEN

FIXED WINDOWS DOESN’T HELP THE STRUCTURE MUCH. REMOVINE THE OPPORTUNITY TO HAVE A PROPER AIR FLOW TO HELP ANY POLLUTANT AIR TO GO OUT OF THE STRUCTURE.

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LOUVERED WINDOWS HELPS THE STRUCTURE TO HAVE A BETTER VENTILATION AND IT GIVES UP TO 95% OPEN TO BREEZE.

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SOURCE OF POLLUTANTS BATHROOM

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THE BATHROOM HAS ITS OWN SOURCE OF WASTE THAT INCLUDES SANITARY WASTE, SOLID WASTE, WATER WASTE AND DRAINAGE SYSTEM.

MOST OF THE TIME SOLID WASTE (NAPKIN, TISSUES,ETC) ARE MIXED WITH THE DRAINAGE SYSTEM THAT CREATES DIFFICULTY FOR THE WASTE MANAGEMENT


BUILDING WASTE MANAGEMENT


BUILDING WASTE MANAGEMENT INTERVENTIONS

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LOUVERED WINDOWS WON’T CAUSE ANY EXCESS WASTE. THE STANDARD DIMENSIONS OF IT WILL BE USED AND NO ON SITE FABRICATION THAT WILL CREATE EXCESS MATERIALS.

GLAZED GLASS HAS AN ON-SITE FABRICATION THAT WILL CREATE DEBRIS INSIDE THE SITE. WITH THIS ALL OF THE EXCESS MATERIALS WILL BE RECYCLED TO USE IN DIFFERENT AREAS ON THE SITE.


RECYCLED DISASTER WASTE


RECYCLED DISASTER WASTE DISASTER WASTE TO STRUCTURE MATERIAL

ON SITE MATERIALS THAT CAN BE RECYCLED: • TREES • STONES • PLASTICS • GLASS

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RECYCLED DISASTER WASTE DISASTER/WASTE WOOD

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STRUCTURAL MATERIAL


RECYCLED DISASTER WASTE DISASTER/WASTE STONE

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STRUCTURAL MATERIAL


RECYCLED DISASTER WASTE DISASTER/WASTE PLASTIC

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STRUCTURAL MATERIAL


RECYCLED DISASTER WASTE DISASTER/WASTE GLASS

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STRUCTURAL MATERIAL


RESOURCES OF THE STRUCTURE AND ESTAHBLISHMENTS


RESOURCES OF THE STRUCTURE AND ESTAHBLISHMENTS


RESOURCES OF THE STRUCTURE

BAGS

CONTAINERS UTENSILS

FRUITS

EGGSHELLS

WRAPPER

PLASTICS

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COFFEE GROUNDS

LEAVES


RESOURCES OF THE STRUCTURE MATERIALS

• PLASTIC • ORGANIC WASTE

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BUILDING WASTE MANAGEMENT FOOD WASTE TO COMPOST

MATERIALS FOR AN ORGANIC COMPOST • FRUITS AND VEGTABLES SCRAP • LEAVES • EGGSHELLS • FLOWERS • COFFEE GROUNDS • SHREDDED PAPER AND NEWS PAPER • CORN COBS • WOOD CHIPS CALISON , GO


BUILDING WASTE MANAGEMENT FOOD WASTE TO ORGANIC COMPOST

BENEFITS: • KEEPING YOUR SOILS HEALTHY • CAN BE NATURAL FERTILIZER • KEEPS FOOD WASTE AWAY FROM LANDFILL THAT RELEASES GREENHOUSE GASES THATEMIT HARMFUL RADIATION INTO THE ATMOSPHERE • IMPROVES AERATION • IMPROVES THE SOIL STRUCTURE, POROSITY, AND DENSITY, THUS CREATING A BETTER PLANT ROOT ENVIRONMENT • INCREASES MOISTURE INFILTRATION AND PERMEABILITY OF HEAVY SOILS, THUS REDUCING EROSION AND RUNOFF

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BUILDING WASTE MANAGEMENT FOOD WASTE TO ORGANIC COMPOST

BENEFITS: • KEEPING YOUR SOILS HEALTHY • CAN BE NATURAL FERTILIZER • KEEPS FOOD WASTE AWAY FROM LANDFILL THAT RELEASES GREENHOUSE GASES THATEMIT HARMFUL RADIATION INTO THE ATMOSPHERE • IMPROVES AERATION • IMPROVES THE SOIL STRUCTURE, POROSITY, AND DENSITY, THUS CREATING A BETTER PLANT ROOT ENVIRONMENT • INCREASES MOISTURE INFILTRATION AND PERMEABILITY OF HEAVY SOILS, THUS REDUCING EROSION AND RUNOFF

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PROJECTED GREEN RATING LEVEL


PROJECTED GREEN RATING LEVEL • Reduce window to wall ratio -WWR = 20% • Reflective paint/tiles for roof-Solar Reflective Index (SRI) = 40% • External Shading Devices -Annual Ave. Shading Factor(AASF) = 0.51% • Roofing Insulation - Uvalue = 0.45 • External wall Insulation - Uvalue = 0.41 • Natural Ventilation • Air Conditioning System – COP = 3.5 • Energy Efficient Refrigerator and Washing Machine • Low-E Coated Glass - U Value of 3 W/m² K and SHGC of 0.45 • Higher Performance Glass - U Value of 1.9 W/m² K and SHGC of 0.28

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PROJECTED GREEN RATING LEVEL • Low-Flow Showerheads -8lt./min • Low-Flow Faucets (Wash Basin) -6lt./min • Dual Flush (Water Closets) -6lt./first flush -3lt./second flush • Single Flush (Water Closets) -6lt./flush • Recycled Grey Water for Flushing • Rainwater Harvesting System - 50% of Roof Area Used for Rainwater Collection

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PROJECTED GREEN RATING LEVEL

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PROJECTED GREEN RATING LEVEL

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BUILDING SMART AUTOMATION


BUILDING SMART AUTOMATION INSTALLATION OF CCTV CAMERA SYSTEMS

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BENEFITS: • DETER CRIMINAL ACTIVITY OUTSIDE OF BEING ABLE TO MONITOR YOUR PREMISES, CCTV CAMERAS AS DETERRENTS IS PROBABLY ONE OF THEIR MOST RECOGNISED BENEFITS. • IMPROVED HOME INSURANCE RATES BY DETERRING CRIMINAL ACTIVITY, CCTV SECURITY SYSTEMS CAN REDUCE YOUR HOME AND PROPERTY INSURANCE COSTS. YOU ARE LESS OF A TARGET, SO THE RISK IS LOWERED, WHICH MEANS THE PRICE OF YOUR INSURANCE CAN DECREASE TOO. • PEACE OF MIND A CAMERA SYSTEM CAN PROVIDE PEOPLE WITH AN INCREASED SENSE OF SECURITY AND REASSURANCE, PARTICULARLY IN AREAS WHERE THE CRIME RATE IS HIGH.


BUILDING SMART AUTOMATION INSTALLATION OF CCTV CAMERA SYSTEMS

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BENEFITS: • CAPTURE UNIQUE BIOLOGICAL TRAITS. BIOMETRIC TIME CLOCKS USE TECHNOLOGY TO DETECT A PERSON BASED ON THEIR INDIVIDUAL MAKEUP. • BIOMETRIC FINGERPRINT READER ELIMINATES TIME THEFT. • INTEGRATE WITH CURRENT SYSTEMS. THE FLEXIBILITY OF A FINGERPRINT TIME CLOCK ALLOWS IT TO WORK WELL ALONE OR WITH KEY FOBS AND SWIPE CARDS. • EQUIPMENT FINGERPRINT-BASED SYSTEMS CAN SAVE MONEY ON HARDWARE AND MATERIAL COSTS. FINGERPRINT SCANNING SYSTEMS TEND TO CONSIST OF A SIMPLE FINGERPRINT READER AND SOFTWARE THAT IDENTIFIES THE INDIVIDUAL.


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I WOULD LIKE TO THANK OUR MENTOR AR. AARON LECCIONES TO HELP US UNDERSTAND THE BASICSOF TROPICAL DESIGN AND HOW IT CAN HELP OUR COUNTRY TO BE MORE ECO FRIENDLY, WITHOUT HIS PASSION IT WON’T PUSH US THROUGH TO LEARN AND TO BE MORE CRITICAL THINKERS IN DESIGN. I WOULD LOOK BACK AND CAN PROUDLY SAY THAT THIS SUBJECT HELPED US TO BE BETTER ARCHITECTS. AND AGAIN, THANK YOU SIR AR. AARON LECCIONES.

“THERE IS NO WAY THAT WE CAN PREDICT THE WEATHER SIX MONTHS AHEAD BEYOND GIVING THE SEASONAL AVERAGE” ― STEPHEN HAWKING, BLACK HOLES AND BABY UNIVERSES

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Finals compilation calison, go, alcantara  

A compilation for our course Tropical Design

Finals compilation calison, go, alcantara  

A compilation for our course Tropical Design

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