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Strategies for Sustainable Design

The course discusses sustainability principles and concepts from across various domains. Elaborates on sustainability definitions, aspects, dynamic nature of it, and its application in everyday life. Further, it discusses global efforts from UNFCCC, IPCC, and other agencies for developing context-based solutions and climate change mitigation efforts. Involves field visits, real-life case examples, and assignments. Includes study on building technologies to improve efficiency and response to surroundings.

Focuses on basic scientific principles underlying the environmental performance of the built environment and designing for efficacy on EIA/LCA. It elaborates about NBC of India, CNBC, and SA Methods also such as GRIHA, LeNS tools, etc. Overall, it touches on UN SDG and systemic analysis for an easy understanding of assessment for students. The course provides a state of the art study material using the latest research papers, journals, books, and reports, etc.

Strategies for Sustainable Design course layout

Week 1: Definitions and Perspectives on Sustainability in Industrial Design and Built Environments

Week 2: ESE Aspects of Sustainability and Climate Change Mitigation

Week 3: Current National and International Scenario of SD and Dependence on Energy

Week 4: Impact of Pollutions and Design Processes with Alternative Solutions for Health of Ecosystem

Week 5: Environmental Impact Assessment and Lifecycle Analysis

Week 6: Policy, Growth, Development and 3R’s for Consumption

Week 7: NBC, ECBC, and SA Methods such as GRIHA

Week 8: UN SDG and System Design tools such as SPSS, MSDS by LeNS

Week 9: Vernacular and Responsive Design using Net-Zero Energy, Lighting, Ventilation, Views, etc., for Human Comfort
Week 10:Design for Sustainability and Nature as Inspiration

Week 11: International Conventions, Laws and Emerging Technologies for SD

Week 12:SD Case Studies and Summary

 

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Strategies for Sustainable Design

  • Strategies for Sustainable Design _ Course Introduction
    05:12
  • Strategies for Sustainable Design – Welcome Lecture
    53:01
  • Various Perspectives around Sustainability
    37:34
  • Spheres of Energy Efficient/Green/Environmental/Sustainable Designs
    01:01:08
  • Environmental Sustainability
    31:01
  • Social Sustainability
    28:59
  • Economic Sustainabilty
    14:11
  • Climate Change Mitigation and the Way Forward
    33:47
  • Future of Human Habitation Design
    29:13
  • Relevance of Sustainable Design in Contemporary Context
    31:28
  • Built Environment and Energy Consumption
    33:12
  • Reliance and Dependence of Building Design on Energy
    34:37
  • Current Scenario of Sustainable Design: Indian
    29:45
  • Current Scenario of Sustainable Design: International
    22:10
  • Designing Strategically for Preventing pollution: Air, Water, Soil, Noise, Light Radiation, etc
    40:18
  • Low Environmental Impact
    32:25
  • Thinking for Alternatives through Systemic Design
    17:27
  • Consumption and Consumerist Lifestyle
    23:34
  • Environmental impact Assessment
    31:20
  • Lifecycle Analysis Part A
    35:39
  • Lifecycle Analysis Part B
    39:08
  • Growth and Development in Construction and Allied Sectors
    16:35
  • Policy Push in Real Estate and Manufacturing Sectors
    23:49
  • Policy Push for Development of the Low Economic Regions
    14:15
  • Sustainable Building Materials
    38:10
  • Reduce/Reuse/Recycle
    27:35
  • National Building Code 2016 – Part 11 and Energy Conservation Building Code
    37:46
  • Guidelines for Building Design by SA Methods: GRIHA
    55:56
  • UN SDG for Sustainable Development
    52:08
  • LeNS Design Method and Tools such as SPSS, MSDS, DE
    01:34:22
  • Vernacular Design Case Example
    53:08
  • Climate Responsiveness
    42:17
  • Thinking the Unthinkable: Need for Innovation in Design Process
    52:22
  • Design for Net-Zero Energy, Lighting, Ventilation, Views and Human Comfort
    01:08:00
  • D4S with Inspiration from Nature
    52:21
  • D4S for Optimization of Manufacturing
    35:50

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Great and fantastic course to take.
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