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Salvador Pires on Sustainable Architecture and Building

Salvador Pires on Sustainable Architecture and Building

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A presentation in the Infrastructure stream by Salvador Pires, Architect at the VU-UNTL Conference 'Transforming Timor Leste, for Sustainable Development, Human Rights and Peace', Dili, July 2009.
A presentation in the Infrastructure stream by Salvador Pires, Architect at the VU-UNTL Conference 'Transforming Timor Leste, for Sustainable Development, Human Rights and Peace', Dili, July 2009.

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Salvador Pires,
Master of ArchitectureDirector of PIRES Architects
Sustainable Architecture and Urban Design Principles
 Transforming East Timor Conference06 July 2009
 
Sustainable Architecture and Urban Design Principles
Discussion Covers
Generationof SustainableArchitecture
Fabricationof SustainableArchitecture
Perceptionof  Sustainable Architecture
Projects-Residential-Education-Civic-Urban Design
 
Generation
of Sustainable Architecture
1.Achieving a total understanding of the context
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Politically(the intention of architecture: appropriate moral stance towards the society, sense of ownership, sense of development/innovation, capacity building to locals, cultural specific, contextual sensitivity)
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Socially –culturally and Spatially(particular lifestyle, symbolic cultural elements and use of spaces for all needs)
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Economically(local resources accessibility, possible income generation for the client, employment generation forlocals and use of appropriate technology, provide options of technology use)
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Climatically(the orientation of the wind for cross ventilation and the sun)
2.Taking advantage of inherited qualities in the context.
- Maximize use of passive energy- Shading by trees- water resources- Existing infrastructure available
3.Achieving a total understanding of functional requirement of the client and the stakeholders4.Designing for other potentials through total integration and strong spatial functional relationshipsbetween elements
Program distribution relies ona total integration and strong spatial functional relationships (functional adjacenciesand flexibility) between architecture, landscape, infrastructure and the interior of buildings, the new insertionsas anautomatic self adaptive system negotiating the needs against time and day to day existence

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