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䔀堀䔀䌀唀吀䤀 嘀䔀  匀唀䴀䴀䄀刀夀         一伀圀䄀䐀䄀夀匀Ⰰ   䐀䔀匀䤀 䜀一䔀刀匀  吀䔀一䐀  吀伀  䘀伀刀䜀䔀吀  䄀䈀伀唀吀  吀䠀䔀  ᠠ 伀吀䠀䔀刀ᤠ   䐀䔀匀䤀 䜀一  䄀匀倀䔀䌀吀匀  匀唀䌀䠀  䄀匀  匀唀匀吀䄀䤀 一䄀䈀䤀 䰀 䤀 吀夀 Ⰰ   䔀一䔀刀䜀夀  䄀一䐀  圀䄀吀䔀刀  䄀一䐀  䴀䄀吀䔀刀䤀 䄀䰀   䔀䘀䘀䤀 䌀䤀 䔀一䌀夀 Ⰰ   䄀一䐀  吀䠀䔀  伀倀䔀刀䄀吀䤀 伀一  倀刀伀䌀䔀匀匀⸀   䄀  䰀 伀吀  伀䘀  䔀堀䤀 匀吀䤀 一䜀  匀吀刀唀䌀吀唀刀䔀匀  䴀䄀夀  䰀 伀伀䬀  唀一䤀 儀唀䔀  伀刀  伀唀吀  伀䘀  吀䠀䤀 匀  圀伀刀䰀 䐀Ⰰ   匀伀䴀䔀  吀䔀一䐀  吀伀  䈀䔀  䴀䤀 一䤀 䴀䄀䰀 䤀 匀吀匀Ⰰ   伀吀䠀䔀刀匀  䄀刀䔀  ᠠ 䴀伀䐀䔀刀一ᤠ   伀刀  ᠠ 䌀䰀 䄀匀匀䤀 䌀䄀䰀 ᤠ Ⰰ   䈀唀吀  伀一䰀 夀  䄀  䘀䔀圀  䄀刀䔀  匀唀匀吀䄀䤀 一䄀䈀䰀 䔀  䄀一䐀  䠀䄀匀  吀䠀䔀  䄀䈀䤀 䰀 䤀 吀夀  吀伀  䌀伀一吀刀䤀 䈀唀吀䔀  䤀 一  倀刀䔀匀䔀刀嘀䤀 一䜀  伀唀刀  一䄀吀唀刀䄀䰀   刀䔀匀伀唀刀䌀䔀匀⸀ 吀䠀䔀  䜀伀䄀䰀   伀䘀  吀䠀䤀 匀  倀刀伀䨀 䔀䌀吀  䤀 匀  吀伀  䄀一䄀䰀 夀娀䔀  圀䠀䔀吀䠀䔀刀  吀䠀䔀  䌀䠀伀匀䔀一 匀吀刀唀䌀吀唀刀䔀  䤀 匀  䔀䘀䘀䤀 䌀䤀 䔀一吀  䄀一䐀  匀唀匀吀䄀䤀 一䄀䈀䰀 䔀  伀刀  一伀吀 ⸀   圀䤀 吀䠀  吀䠀䔀  䠀䔀䰀 倀 伀䘀  匀䌀䤀 䔀一䌀䔀  䄀一䐀  吀䔀䌀䠀一伀䰀 伀䜀䤀 䌀䄀䰀   䌀伀一䌀䔀倀吀匀Ⰰ   圀䔀  䤀 一吀䔀刀嘀䔀一䔀䐀  䤀 一 吀䠀䔀  刀䔀䐀䔀匀䤀 䜀一䤀 一䜀  伀䘀  吀䠀䔀  倀 䄀刀䄀一䄀儀唀䔀  䠀伀唀匀䔀⸀  


䈀唀䤀 䰀䐀䤀 一䜀  倀刀伀䘀䤀 䰀䔀                     吀䠀䔀  匀吀刀唀䌀吀唀刀䔀  䤀 匀  䄀  ㈀ⴀ 匀吀伀刀䔀夀  刀䔀匀䤀 䐀䔀一吀䤀 䄀䰀   䈀唀䤀 䤀 䰀 䐀䤀 一䜀  䘀伀刀  㠀  倀䔀伀倀䰀 䔀⸀   䤀 吀  䠀䄀匀  ㌀  䰀 伀䘀吀  吀夀倀䔀  䈀䔀䐀刀伀伀䴀匀Ⰰ   䄀  䰀 䄀刀䜀䔀  䰀 䤀 嘀䤀 一䜀  匀倀 䄀䌀䔀Ⰰ   䄀一䐀  㔀  吀伀䤀 䰀 䔀吀  䄀一䐀  䈀䄀吀䠀匀⸀   䐀唀刀䤀 一䜀  吀䠀䔀  䴀伀刀一䤀 一䜀匀Ⰰ   伀一䰀 夀  吀䠀䔀  ㈀  䠀伀唀匀䔀䠀䔀䰀 倀䔀刀匀  䄀刀䔀  䤀 一  吀䠀䔀  䠀伀唀匀䔀  䈀唀吀  䐀唀刀䤀 一䜀  一䤀 䜀䠀吀  吀䤀 䴀䔀  吀䠀䔀  圀䠀伀䰀 䔀  䘀䄀䴀䤀 䰀 夀  ⠀ 㘀⤀   䤀 匀  䄀吀  䠀伀䴀䔀⸀ 吀䠀䔀  䠀伀唀匀䔀  䤀 匀  䐀䔀匀䤀 䜀一䔀䐀  吀伀  䠀䄀嘀䔀  嘀䄀刀夀䤀 一䜀  匀䤀 娀䔀匀  䄀一䐀  䰀 伀䌀䄀吀䤀 伀一匀  伀䘀  伀倀䔀一䤀 一䜀匀⸀


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After getting the temperature and relative humidity for the twelve months of 2017, we discovered that average prevailing winds fall below the thermal comfort zone for the whole year.

KITCHEN

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KOI POND

T&B BEDROOM 2

ENTERTAINMENT ROOM

BEDROOM 1

The specific address of the site is at 8613 Diamante Street, Phase 5, Marcelo Green Village, Parañaque City

BEDROOM 3

T&B OPEN BELOW

MASTER'S BEDROOM

WALK-IN CLOSET MASTER'S T&B

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

GARAGE

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LANAI

TROPICAL DESIGN

Latitude: 14° 26' 40.3656'' N Longitude: 120° 59' 37.9464'' E

The months of February and March barely lies on the extreme end of the comfort zone. All other months lie outside of the comfort zone.

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

The site is located in Parañaque City.

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WIND DIRECTION TRADE WINDS

NORTHEAST MONSOON

LAGUNA DE BAY (LOW PRESSURE)

LANAI

KITCHEN

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BREAKFAST NOOK

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LIVING ROOM DINING

KOI POND

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LANAI KITCHEN

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FINAL COMPILATION

TROPICAL DESIGN

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SOUTHWEST MONSOON LIVING ROOM

MANILA BAY (LOW PRESSURE)

KOI POND

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NORTHEAST MONSOON

LAGUNA DE BAY (LOW PRESSURE)

NORTHEAST MONSOON SOUTHWEST MONSOON TRADE WINDS

T&B BEDROOM 2

ENTERTAINMENT ROOM

BEDROOM 1

BEDROOM 3

T&B OPEN BELOW

MASTER'S BEDROOM

WALK-IN CLOSET MASTER'S T&B

SOUTHWEST MONSOON MANILA BAY (LOW PRESSURE)

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MACAPAGAL, LOUINE MARIE G. PURCIL, LEVYN JOHN, P. High pressure on the rear elevation because it is oriented facing east, where Trade Winds come from.

Various sizes of windows may help achieve Venturi Effect.

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Windows on a high position serve as cvent stacks. Vegetation can be added to serve as wind breaks and at the same time produce wind.

Presence of windows allows windflow inside the structure as well.

FINAL COMPILATION

Wind scoops may be installed for better reception of wind.

TROPICAL DESIGN

Less pressure on the front elevation because it is facing West, opposite the Trade Winds.


MACAPAGAL, LOUINE MARIE G. PURCIL, LEVYN JOHN, P.

SUMMER SOLSTICE: JUNE 21 FRONT ELEVATION

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TROPICAL DESIGN

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SPRING / VERNAL EQUINOX: MARCH 21

REAR ELEVATION

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FINAL COMPILATION

8:00 am

TROPICAL DESIGN

RIGHT ELEVATION


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AUTUMN / FALL EQUINOX: SEPTEMBER 21 FRONT ELEVATION

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TROPICAL DESIGN

RIGHT ELEVATION

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FRONT ELEVATION

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WINTER SOLSTICE: DECEMBER 21

REAR ELEVATION

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LEFT ELEVATION

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FINAL COMPILATION

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TROPICAL DESIGN

RIGHT ELEVATION


MACAPAGAL, LOUINE MARIE G. PURCIL, LEVYN JOHN, P. FINAL COMPILATION

TROPICAL DESIGN

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TRENGTH

Air passes through almost all corners of the house because there are a lot of windows.

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Can make use of solar panels to help in energy production for the household.

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Not much outlet of hot air rising on the 2nd floor and loft of the house.

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HREAT Not enough energy would be stored in solar panels because of blockage from surrounding trees.

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Increase sizes of windows in bedrooms, especially in lofts

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Add vegetation around the house for shading

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Choosing right type of windows to regulate air passage inside the house

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Use of sun-shading device

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Use of energy and water conservation technologies

Use of CERTIFIED GREEN materials such as:

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Hydro Ban Waterproofing Membrane LATICERATE 316 Cementitious Adhesive PERMACOLOR Grout

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Fenestrations Sun-shading devices Air flow related devices or systems

PROJECTED GREEN RATING LEVEL Use of SOLAR PANELS To store energy that the household could use even to a minimal level

Use of DOUBLE FLUSH For comfort rooms in the house

Use of LOW FLOW AERATORS

Use of RAINWATER HARVESTING SYSTEM

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FINAL COMPILATION

Construction materials Finishes Fixtures Exhaust Appliances (A/C)

SECONDARY CONCENTRATION AREAS

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Use of INSULATED GLASS For fixed windows to allow heat to be regulated properly inside the house

AREAS FOR INTERVENTION FOCUS

TROPICAL DESIGN

TECHNOLOGIES TO BE USED


MACAPAGAL, LOUINE MARIE G. PURCIL, LEVYN JOHN, P. FINAL COMPILATION

TROPICAL DESIGN

ENERGY AUDIT

ENERGY EFFICIENCY ASSESSMENT - LED Light - Solar Panel by taking energy from the sun to heat water or generate electricity, you can dramatically reduce your carbon footprint. To ensure cost effectiveness, in the Northern Hemisphere face them due South. In the Southern Hemisphere, face them due North. Obviously, this tech works best in sunny climates, preferably with little cloud or shadow cover. - Smart Windows ; Smart Glass Electrochromatic technology allows a material (in this case glass) to change color when an electric current is applied. This can be done manually via a smartphone app or set to alter automatically. The variable tint applied to the glass controls the light and heat that passes through, allowing you to substantially save on air conditioning costs while keeping the glass transparent, and minimizing glare. - Geothermal Heat Pump; Programmable Thermostat These geothermal systems collect heat from below the ground to use for heating your house. They can also be reversed to cool your house. Closed geothermal systems are relatively similar to the solar thermal systems. The heat-collecting water pipes are below ground however, rather than on your roof.

ENERGY CAPTURE Dual Flush Toilet It is a high efficiency toilet that conserves water by offering a choice of two different toilet flush volumes - a low volume flush for liquids and full volume flush for solids. Replacing an old standard toilet with new dual flush commode will ensure less water is used when you flush. Only 20% of the water is used compared to a traditional toilet.

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Water Saving Shower Head These shower heads work by restricting the water flow through them and squeezing it through very small holes. Water comes out under more pressure so it gives a harder, more massaging showering experience

Rainwater Harvesting Describes the process of collecting rain that falls onto a catchment area. Collecting free rainwater to supply non potable services such as toilet flushing, water used in the garden, and the like.

Greywater Recycling The waste water from baths, showers, washing machines, and sinks typically makes up between 50%-80% of a household’s wastewater. Can be used for direct use systems for water plants, flushing toilets, and washing clothes.


1. Cement, primer, and construction adhesives, carpet and furnishings, and pressed wood products may contain VOCs. We may utilize VOC reducing materials such as VOC reducing plants and paints. Ventilation is also another solution for reducing VOC. 2. Since the structure is a residential type, smoking area may be placed near the lanai/garden. 3. Other pollution sources are smoke from passing vehicles and VOCs caused by furnishings and appliances. Fixed windows may also prevent good ventilation. Kitchen and bathroom also have their own source of waste that may affect the drainage system.

Energy Recovery Ventilator System Heat-Recovery Ventilator System

These energy-efficient devices cycle air in and out of the house every 3 hours These systems ensure that heat does not escape or enter the house and they keep humidity levels consistent

Use wood-fiber cement bonded with composite materials Balances relative humidity inside buildings naturally and without the aid of mechanical ventilation

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MATERIALS AND INDOOR AIR QUALITY

CONSTRUCTION WASTE MANAGEMENT (REDUCTION) Utilization of standard dimensions of materials may reduce construction waste Ex. Appropriate dimensions of ceramic tile and other finishes would not need cutting or moulding

CONSTRUCTION WASTE MANAGEMENT (RECYCLING) Disaster waste materials such as wood and stone debris may be used for finishes or pavements

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FINAL COMPILATION

1. Glass and glazing, excess of ceramic tiles, wood panels, and concrete materials would need on-site fabrication that may cause debris and waste. 2. Recycled wood and stone may be used in the new construction or renovation for finishes and pavements. 3. Water waste from bathroom/Kitchen may be recycled. Rainwater harvesting may also be applied.

TROPICAL DESIGN

BUILDING WASTE MANAGEMENT


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䜀一 䐀䔀匀䤀 䌀䄀䰀  吀刀伀倀䤀

䜀⸀ 䔀  䴀䄀刀䤀 一䔀  䰀伀唀䤀   䴀䄀䌀䄀倀䄀䜀䄀䰀Ⰰ ⸀ 倀 伀䠀一  䨀 䰀䔀嘀夀一    䰀Ⰰ 倀唀刀䌀䤀                      

匀䴀䄀刀吀  䈀唀䤀 䰀 䐀䤀 一䜀  䄀唀吀伀䴀䄀吀䤀 伀一

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TROPDES DAR 1 (AR. AARON LECCIONES - MACAPAGAL/PURCIL  
TROPDES DAR 1 (AR. AARON LECCIONES - MACAPAGAL/PURCIL  
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