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Designing a Building envelope using parametric and algorithmic processes

Designing a Building envelope using parametric and algorithmic processes

Queiroz, Natália; Dantas, Ney; Nome, Carlos; Vaz, Carlos;

Resumo:

This article presents a case study on a vertical building envelope design considering Recife´s climatic conditions. It consists of the utilization of parametric and algorithmic processes to distribute sun shading devices. The study uses computational tools such as Grasshopper and the DIVA for Grasshopper. The latter is a thermal energy simulation tool that uses the Energy Plus 7.0 and Daysim for calculations. The model uses incident solar radiation simulation on the envelope as basis for distribution of shading devices. The result is a parametric model that automatically responds to urban and climatic characteristics, through simulations integrated to the 3D model.

Resumo:

This article presents a case study on a vertical building envelope design considering Recife´s climatic conditions. It consists of the utilization of parametric and algorithmic processes to distribute sun shading devices. The study uses computational tools such as Grasshopper and the DIVA for Grasshopper. The latter is a thermal energy simulation tool that uses the Energy Plus 7.0 and Daysim for calculations. The model uses incident solar radiation simulation on the envelope as basis for distribution of shading devices. The result is a parametric model that automatically responds to urban and climatic characteristics, through simulations integrated to the 3D model.

Palavras-chave: Shading Devices, Parameterization, Grasshopper, DIVA,

Palavras-chave: Shading Devices, Parameterization, Grasshopper, DIVA,

DOI: 10.5151/despro-sigradi2015-sp90284

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Como citar:

Queiroz, Natália; Dantas, Ney; Nome, Carlos; Vaz, Carlos; "Designing a Building envelope using parametric and algorithmic processes", p. 797-801 . In: . São Paulo: Blucher, 2015.
ISSN 2318-6968, ISBN: 978-85-8039-136-7
DOI 10.5151/despro-sigradi2015-sp90284

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