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ACSA TAD Journal Measured

Issue 2:2

Measured

Measurement is fundamental to the discipline of architecture. This issue of TAD seeks scholarly submissions and primary research concerning measurement in technology, architecture and design. Have new forms of measurement caused us to rethink architecture? How is quantitative research translated qualitatively? What are the frameworks, standards and scales that impact measurement in research? Have engagements with other disciplines caused us to measure or evaluate architecture differently? Through examining these and other questions, Measured intends to provide a forum for expanding the discourse on measurement and its implications for architecture and design.

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Climate-Adaptive Volume: Solving the Motion Envelope of a Reconfigurable Cooling Aperture for Desert Climate
Through several prototypes of a roof aperture for passive cooling in a desert climate, the relationships between...
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The Impact of Measurement Research on Prefabrication and Modulation in SOM’s Postwar Housing and Office Buildings
Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill (SOM) committed to innovations in prefabrication and modulation of construction in...
The Impact of Measurement Research on Prefabrication and Modulation in SOM’s Postwar Housing and Office Buildings
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Profiling Occupancy Patterns to Calibrate Urban Building Energy Models (UBEMs) Using Measured Data Clustering
Uncertainty in predicting occupancy patterns leads to discrepancies in simulated building energy when compared...
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Experiments Toward Hyper-Local Reverse Heat Flow Assemblies
Latitudo Borealis is a project that develops an innovative cold-climate wall assembly that combines new passive...
Experiments Toward Hyper-Local Reverse Heat Flow Assemblies
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From Instrument to Architecture: Environmental Models as Design Tools
This paper revisits a case study in the history of technology, Étienne-Jules Marey’s 1900–1902 wind tunnel...
From Instrument to Architecture: Environmental Models as Design Tools
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Nature and the City: Measuring the Attention Restoration Benefits of Singapore’s Urban Vertical Greenery
A considerable amount of research has shown that views of nature can provide psychological benefits. Attention...
Nature and the City: Measuring the Attention Restoration Benefits of Singapore’s Urban Vertical Greenery