Together with the City of Cambridge and Modern Devleopment Studio we developed an interactive online map of electricity
yields and associated costs for installing PV on rooftops in Cambridge. more>>
This project consists of a series of related activities that are concerned with experimental and
computer-based design analysis techniques to asses the appearance of glare in daylit spaces.
The objective of this National Science Foundation project is to develop an urban
simulation platform. The project is a collaboration with Penn State and the Harvard
School of Public Health. more>>
How likely are people to walk or bike in different neighborhoods? What urban design parameters contribute to more walkable cities?
This project aims to devleop new analysis workflows to facilitate the design of more pedestrian and bike friendly neighborhoods
Standard organizations are typically not frequented by architects. Yet, these committees do more and more influence what performance
criteria architects have to design for. This situation is obviously undesirable since there is not feedback mechanism that reports how
standard requirements influence design decisions in practice.more>>.
In this project we are devleoping a new technique to quantify the daylighting potential of cities and neighborhoods.