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ERGONOMICS FOR A HUMAN-RELATED SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE
Sustainable buildings are characterized by a natural resources saving approach. Thus design criteria and construction practice have been primarily aimed at designing architecture so-called "green", neglecting, however, human and social aspects. This situation is creating paradoxical results, because new green buildings, designed to address environmental issues, are critical both for energy efficiency, both for occupants concerns. The paper discusses the contribution of ergonomics methodologies and techniques to environmental design of sustainable built environment, looking at architectural design process, from planning and executive stage, to management and use.
Palavras-chave: Green building protocols; social sustainability; occupants role; environmental design.,
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Ermínia, ATTAIANESE; "ERGONOMICS FOR A HUMAN-RELATED SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE", p. 01-05 . In: .
São Paulo: Blucher,
ISSN 2318-6968, DOI 10.5151/eneac2018-attainese
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