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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.16.2007.tde-19092007-142731
Document
Author
Full name
Cecília Mattos Mueller
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2007
Supervisor
Committee
Frota, Anesia Barros (President)
Alucci, Marcia Peinado
Roriz, Mauricio
Title in Portuguese
Espaços de ensino-aprendizagem com qualidade ambiental: o processo metodológico para elaboração de um anteprojeto
Keywords in Portuguese
Arquitetura bioclimática
Conforto ambiental
Desempenho
Escola
Projeto de arquitetura
Qualidade ambiental
Abstract in Portuguese
A pesquisa intitulada de Espaços de ensino-aprendizagem com qualidade ambiental: o processo metodológico para elaboração de um anteprojeto tem como objeto de estudo o espaço físico onde são realizadas as atividades de ensino e aprendizagem em uma escola. O objetivo final é exemplificar, através de estudos preliminares para um anteprojeto de uma escola pública de 1° grau, o processo metodológico para a elaboração de projetos com qualidade ambiental (térmica, luminosa, acústica, visual e ergonômica). A metodologia da pesquisa compreende: a revisão bibliográfica sobre conforto ambiental em escolas e arquitetura bioclimática; a proposta de etapas que configuram uma metodologia de projeto com enfoque ambiental; os estudos preliminares para um anteprojeto de escola; a verificação do desempenho térmico e luminoso das salas de aula propostas. Essa pesquisa busca mostrar que é possível, dentro da rotina habitual e do exercício profissional dos arquitetos, incorporar a metodologia de projeto aqui apresentada para se alcançar a relação ótima entre forma, estética, racionalidade construtiva, custo, conforto ambiental e eficiência energética.
Title in English
Teaching and learning spaces with environmental quality: the methodological process for building´s design
Keywords in English
Architecture project
Bioclimatic architecture
Environmental comfort
Environmental quality
Performance
School
Abstract in English
This research, entitled Teaching and learning spaces with environmental quality: the methodological process for buildings design has the space where the teaching and learning activities take place in a school as the main subject. The final goal is to use a design of a public elementary school to give an example of the methodological process of projects building with environmental quality (thermal, lighting, acoustic, visual and ergonomic). The research methodology involves: the bibliographic revision of environmental comfort in schools and bioclimatic architecture; one proposal of stages to build together a project methodology with environmental focus; the preliminary studies for a school project; thermal and lighting performance verification of the proposed classrooms. This research aims to show that it is possible - during the architects' routine and professional activity - to adopt the methodological process presented here in order to achieve the optimal ratio among shape, esthetics, constructive rationality, economic cost, environmental comfort and energy efficiency.
 
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2010-06-18
 
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