ecotecture.GIF (12664 bytes)
Department of   Design and Environmental Analysis,
Cornell University
  1. External Considerations

  2. Core & Envelope

  3. Indoor Ecology

  4. Material/Product Content

  5. Ecotecture Worksheets

  6. Additional information.

  7. Case Studies

Use the table of contents to go directly to specific topics:

 

CORE &ENVELOPE Worksheet

Circulation

Tools

Research

Not Applicable

Stairwell placement
Lighting, Heating & Cooling
Wayfinding
Building Form/ Shape
Energy efficiency
Harmony with environment
HVAC Tools Research Not Applicable
Self-sufficient
Renewable Fuels
Fossil Fuels
Ventilation
Cooling Systems
HVAC Intake and Exhaust
Personal Environment Modules
Glazing Tools Research Not Applicable
Lightshelves
Daylighting Monitors
Occupancy sensors
Superwindows
South facing glass
Skylights & Clerestories
Courtyards & Atria
Insulation/ Energy Efficiency Tools Research Not Applicable
High Insulation
Low Emission
Recyclable & Natural
Materials
Earth Covered Building
Asbestos
Building Lifecycle/ Longevity Tools Research Not Applicable
Adaptive reuse
Monitoring systems or devices
Materials Tools Research

Not Applicable

Natural Materials
Recyclable & Renewable
Local Materials
Non-toxic/ low-toxicity 
Harmony with environment
Roofing Tools Research Not Applicable
 Storm water drainage
 Roof top units
 Solar units

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cornell University, December 1998