Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Conservation of Resources by Designing a Meccano for Temporary Constructions W. Debacker – A. Paduart – C. Henrotay – N. De Temmerman – W.P. De Wilde –

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Conservation of Resources by Designing a Meccano for Temporary Constructions W. Debacker – A. Paduart – C. Henrotay – N. De Temmerman – W.P. De Wilde –"— Presentation transcript:

1 Conservation of Resources by Designing a Meccano for Temporary Constructions W. Debacker – A. Paduart – C. Henrotay – N. De Temmerman – W.P. De Wilde – H. Hendrickx (VUB – MeMC / ARCH) Presentation by T. Van der Velde (HoGENT – KASK)

2 2 Outline Introduction Towards an Integrative Life Cycle Model of The Built Environment 4Dimensional Design Assessment Method Design Case Environmental Load Assessment of Design Case Conclusions Conservation of Resources By Designing a Meccano For Temporary Constructions

3 KASK lecture 10-02- 2009 3 INTRODUCTION 3 Total waste generation in EU-25: 1400 million tons per year Source: EUROSTAT & EEA Waste Greenhouse Gas Emissions 14% 16% 21% 19% 14% 4% Source: WRI 25%

4 4 Towards an integrative life cycle model Current design view

5 5 Towards an integrative life cycle model Life cycle thinking ? land-filling incineration

6 6 Towards an integrative life cycle model feedstock recycling material recycling

7 7 Towards an integrative life cycle model reuse of components

8 8 Towards an integrative life cycle model renovation – restoration of building reuse of building

9 9 Towards an integrative life cycle model

10 10 Towards an integrative life cycle model I.land-filling II.combustion III.feedstock recycling IV.material recycling V.reuse of components VI.renovation/restoration of building VII.reuse of building

11 11 Towards an integrative life cycle model + Design for DISMANTLING (material reuse) Design for DECONSTRUCTION (component reuse) Design for ADAPTABILITY & VERSATILITY (building reuse) Design for REUSE Design for QUALITATIVE USE

12 12 4Dimensional Design: a definition “it refers to an ATTITUDE of the designer, through which he uses his horizontal knowledge to provide an artefact with a sustainable character” “a 4D designer accepts that not only building materials and components degrade over time, but that also the context of the building will CHANGE” “he/she has to provide a DYNAMIC answer, wherein buildings, components and materials support the process of changing events, instead of creating END PRODUCTS”

13 13 4Dimensional design

14 14 4dimensional design x 2 M 2M 4M 8M

15 15 4dimensional design x 2 M 2M 4M 8M

16 16 Conservation of resources What are the environmental benefits of this 4Dimensional Design approach? Environmental load? Potential savings on embodied energy and natural resources CASE: temporary construction (PSO) Conservation of Resources By Designing a Meccano For Temporary Constructions

17 standard container flat box container foldable container collapsible container CO.RI.MEC cabins 17 Design case

18 18 Design CASE girderpanelframe + mechanical connections

19 Design case TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION / DECONSTRUCTION USE CONFIGURATIONS 19

20 20 Environmental LOAD assessment of DESIGN CASE Reference case Design for Qualitative use Design for Disassembly Design for Maintenance REF 1 2 3 usetransportinitial embodiedre-invested embodied ENERGY MINERALS REF123 123 reduction of OE reuse of sound components longer lifespan components PSO Office

21 21 Environmental LOAD assessment of DESIGN CASE Reference case Design for Qualitative use Design for Disassembly Design for Maintenance REF 1 2 3 usetransportinitial embodiedre-invested embodied ENERGY MINERALS REF123 123 Reduction of OE reuse of sound components longer lifespan components PSO Office

22 22 Environmental LOAD assessment of DESIGN CASE Reference case Design for Qualitative use Design for Disassembly Design for Maintenance REF 1 2 3 usetransportinitial embodiedre-invested embodied ENERGY MINERALS REF123 123 Reduction of OE reuse of sound components longer lifespan components PSO Office

23 23 Environmental LOAD assessment of DESIGN CASE Reference case Design for Qualitative use Design for Disassembly Design for Maintenance REF 1 2 3 usetransportinitial embodiedre-invested embodied ENERGY MINERALS REF123 123 Reduction of OE reuse of sound components longer lifespan components PSO Office

24 24 Environmental LOAD assessment of DESIGN CASE ENERGY MINERALS Δ EE 1 = 14% Δ Em 1 = 88% Δ ΣEE t = 2% Δ ΣEm t = 51% Δ ΣEE t = 6% Δ ΣEm t = 75% Δ ΣEE t = 14% Δ ΣEm t = 87% PSO Office Reference case Design for Qualitative use Design for Disassembly Design for Maintenance REF 1 2 3 Reduction of OE reuse of sound components longer lifespan components usetransportinitial embodiedre-invested embodied REF123 123

25 25 3 ENERGY MINERALS 123 Δ EE 1 = 14% Δ Em 1 = 88% Δ ΣEE t = 2% Δ ΣEm t = 51% Δ ΣEE t = 6% Δ ΣEm t = 75% Δ ΣEE t = 14% Δ ΣEm t = 87% ENV. IMPACT ELR = 33% ELR = 48% ELR = 62% PSO Office Reference case Design for Qualitative use Design for Disassembly Design for Maintenance REF 1 2 3 Reduction of OE reuse of sound components longer lifespan components Environmental LOAD assessment of DESIGN CASE usetransportinitial embodiedre-invested embodied REF123 123

26 26 CONCLUSIONS 1.Combining life cycle design measures 2.Design of a Meccano 3.Detailing is a key element 4.Design and assessment are used in an iterative way 5.Integrative life cycle model Conclusions

27 Thank you for your attention…


Download ppt "Conservation of Resources by Designing a Meccano for Temporary Constructions W. Debacker – A. Paduart – C. Henrotay – N. De Temmerman – W.P. De Wilde –"

Similar presentations


Ads by Google