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A new sustainability assessment approach based on stakeholder's satisfaction for building facades
conference contributionposted on 2018-03-20, 16:26 authored by Golshid Gilani, Ana Blanco-AlvarezAna Blanco-Alvarez, Albert De la Fuente
This paper presents a new Multi-Criteria Decision Making model based on the MIVES method for global sustainability assessment of facade systems. Since 1990, various methods have been proposed for the sustainability assessment of buildings. However, most of the existing methods mainly concentrate on environmental and economic aspects, disregarding the third pillar of sustainability, which is the social aspect. Besides, there is a little focus on comprehensive sustainability assessment of facades, as an important element of a building. This confirms the need of developing new methods for assessing the sustainable performance of building facades as an important step in achieving building sustainability.
- Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering
Published inEnergy Procedia
Pages50 - 58
CitationGILANI, G., BLANCO, A. and DE LA FUENTE, A., 2017. A new sustainability assessment approach based on stakeholder's satisfaction for building facades. Energy Procedia, 115, pp.50-58.
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