Symposium on Glass in Architecture: Balancing Beauty, Light, Air, Comfort and Energy, October 8, 2014
The seminar will explore a wide range of design and technical considerations for glass and glazing systems: view, energy, comfort and daylight.
CBE’s occupant survey shows how well a building is performing from the perspective of its occupants. Use of the survey also qualifies for thermal comfort verification LEED credits.
CBE has developed an interactive online map of radiant system buildings across the globe. This is a valuable resouce for design teams and commercial building stakeholders.
Use this web-based tool to predict thermal comfort that meets ASHRAE Standard-55. Includes detailed options for conventional building systems, adaptive comfort, and increased air speeds.
This UCSF building utilizes a challenging site in an urban setting, and provides ample outdoor space and natural light for its occupants.