Built Environment
The building and construction sector is of key importance to the sustainable development. Because this sector is one of the three consumption clusters – housing, transportation and food – that have been identified by life-cycle studies as the most important in terms of their environmental burden. Buildings can have extensive direct and indirect impacts on the environment throughout their life cycle. Buildings use resources such as raw materials, water and energy; generate waste due to construction, operation and demolition; and emit potentially harmful atmospheric emissions. It is essential to create buildings that are efficient with resources, affordable to build and operate, good to inhabit and appropriate to the context based on different areas of the planet. Built environment has narrow relation with many other disciplinary. That’s why this group is organized with other groups, ‘Appropriate Technologies for Inclusive Development’ and ‘Energy and the environment’. Session 1 : Rethinking Built Environment To Move Beyond Sustainability (Jointly hosted with the Energy and Environment Group) Session 2 : Earth Architecture Design Workshop (Jointly hosted with the Appropriate Technologies for Inclusive Development Group)
Posters
  • YANG, Jin Seok (Studio More A)
    Aesthetic value of wood materiality
  • SEO, Hee-won (Fire Insurers Laboratories of Korea)
    A Study on the Fire Resistance Performance of the Ill-fitted Opening Protectives and Fire Resistance Structures to Develop Quality Management Guideline at Construction Sites
  • RYU, Hyungkyou (KRIMFI(Korea Institute of Mechanical Facilities Industry))
    Study on the Annual Building Load Predicting Method using a Polynomial Function
  • CHOI, Dongho (Fire Insurers Laboratories of Korea)
    A Study on the Standardization of the Methods for Quality Management the Durability of Spray-Applied Fire Resistive Materials and Intumescent Coating Systems
  • RYU, Hyungkyou (KRIMFI(Korea Institute of Mechanical Facilities Industry))
    Study on the Capacity Design Tool Development for Open-loop Type Ground Heat Exchanger
  • KIM, Minji (TU Berlin)
    From cultural diversity to the urban heritage: Through understanding the transformation of Stone Town’s city form
  • LEE, Keonho (Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology)
    air cavity 20mm ultra-thin double-skin window system to realize zero-energy building
  • SEO, Dong-woo (Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology)
    Safety analysis based on damages on cable system for cable supported bridges
  • SEO, Dong-woo (Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology)
    Performance evaluation of 7-wire strand based on damage levels for monitoring cable stayed bridges
  • KIM, Ga Young (Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Techonology)
    Extreme wind speed simulation using Monte-Carlo method considering the impact of climate change