Atamate Building Intelligence - Blog | Building behaviour
The UK government's Future Homes consultation aims to improve energy efficiency in British homes but gives little attention to the problem of overheating driven by the warming climate. We call for the proposed regulatory reforms to include design to avoid overheating alongside design for energy-efficient heating.
In March 2020, the Chartered Institute for Building Service Engineers (CIBSE) published an update to their TM40 guidelines titled Health and Wellbeing in Building Services. It discusses principles that place wellbeing at the centre of building design and management.Read More
Providing high spec flats with complete control, lowering running costs and improving comfort.Read More
Building behaviour is what we call the configuration of a building. This can be very useful when a building has multiple users each wanting different configurations (or behaviours). For example, a community hall may have different users, such as the grannies playing bridge and the energetic yoga club.