sustainability, energy performance, materials, environmental impact, Sustainable Modular Unit, SMU, housing
Architecture | Environmental Design
"The field of architecture sits at a crossroad today, we have an opportunity to rethink the way we design using new materials and building techniques to reduce the negative impact architecture has on the wider environment. As architects, we must critically look at our constructions methods and question whether they are appropriate and the best choices we could be making for the environment. My thesis has generated a framework that used a set of sustainable materials that outperform their conventional alternatives, to produce affordable and highly efficiently built homes that leave a neutral impact on the environment."
Goehle, Brian, "CrosSection: An Exploration into Assembling Sustainability" (2007). Architecture Thesis Prep. 50.
Advisors: Timothy Stenson / Sinead MacNamara