Building systems integration

Building systems integration · 16. mayo 2019
Exposición "Ventilación y Climatización de espacios que usamos a diario". Bajo este lema concluye el curso de Instalaciones 1 en la ETS de Arquitectura de Málaga. Tenemos un reto para el próximo curso, acompañar la exposición de partners en el ámbito de la eficiencia energética y la sostenibilidad. Por favor, muchos likes :)
Building systems integration · 23. abril 2019
Acueducto de Noain, muy cerquita de Pamplona, en Navarra. Fotografía tomada desde el tren. Gracias Universidad de Navarra y Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura por contar conmigo como Miembro del Tribunal para evaluar la Tesis de Amaia Zuazua Ros "Characterization and assessment of a hybrid cooling system integrated in buildings".
Building systems integration · 04. septiembre 2018
Fig. 1 shows the solution to the new clues suggested in the last post: the maintenance lift and the maintenance footbridge, and the air difusor (a black piece with holes over the statue). Conclusion: Something is happening on the back of the brick wall, what? Each structural modulo has one air difusor is conected with an air handling unit by duct, see Fig. 2. The machine are placed on the lateral gallery, inside the building. Outdoor air is introduced by ducts from the glass wall to the...
Building systems integration · 31. julio 2018
Past post solution: In fig. 1, on the top of the glass wall, you can see something like an open window, isn´t it? It is not a window :( . Facade is composed by structural bricks walls. Between two structural walls there are two "open eyes": one to introduce outdoor air and one to expel indoor air. On the back of the eyes there are two air ducts to conduct the air. Machines are placed on inside; where? Two clues are given in Figure 2, please check it and wait next post :)
Building systems integration · 26. julio 2018
This post shows the integration of the ventilation, heating and cooling systems in the Roman Art National Museum placed on Merida, Cáceres, Spain (Architect: Rafael Moneo) Last May, two students and me visited the building. Roman techniques as construction system were used. Natural light is introduced by skylights, but where are the systems to fulfill the quality of the indoor air? A clue is given in Figure 1 (exterior view of the building). Can you see it? Figure 2 shows the main indoor...