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Title: USE OF SCENARIO PLANNING APPROACH TO EXPLORE HIGH-DENSE, MIXED-USE FUNCTION DISTRIBUTION: A CASE OF FINANCIAL VIABILITY, DAYLIGHT AVAILABILITY, AND SOLAR ENVELOPE RADIATION.
Authors: MUHAMMAD FIRUS FAIZAL BIN ABDULLAH
Keywords: mixed-use development, high-dense development, return on investment, daylight, insolation, parametric modelling
Issue Date: 22-Jan-2016
Source: MUHAMMAD FIRUS FAIZAL BIN ABDULLAH (2016-01-22). USE OF SCENARIO PLANNING APPROACH TO EXPLORE HIGH-DENSE, MIXED-USE FUNCTION DISTRIBUTION: A CASE OF FINANCIAL VIABILITY, DAYLIGHT AVAILABILITY, AND SOLAR ENVELOPE RADIATION.. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: When developers make use of scenario planning approach to plan for high dense, mixed-use developments, the developers face five main challenges: 
(1) the 2D plans that the developers use for the different scenarios cannot be evaluated by existing evaluation tools, 
(2) 2D plans are insufficient to understand the performance and impact of their high-dense, mixed use development,
(3) in exploring different percentage mix and distribution of functional use in that development was not possible with 2D plans,
(4) for each planning scenario, only one single building variant is generated by hand, but in reality, there are a large number of development possibilities that can satisfy the scenario requirement,
(5) for each building variant generated, the development must satisfy the local urban, building and fire safety regulations. Thus this thesis proposes a parametric modelling method to generate and evaluate numerous 3D models that satisfies building codes and regulations.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/132118
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