Building Research & Information
BUILDING RESEARCH & INFORMATION (BRI) focuses on buildings, building stocks and their supporting systems. Unique to BRI is a holistic and transdisciplinary approach to buildings, which acknowledges the complexity of the built environment and other systems over their life. Published articles utilize conceptual and evidence-based approaches which reflect the complexity and linkages between culture, environment, economy, society, organisations, quality of life, health, well-being, design and engineering of the built environment.
Published by Taylor & Francis.
|Technomass and Cooling Demand in South America: a superlinear relationship?||Journal Article||Palme et al. Palme, M., Inostroza, L., Salvati, A.||2018|
|A method for determining buildings' material composition prior to demolition||Journal Article||Kleemann et al. Fritz Kleemann, Jakob Lederer, Philipp Aschenbrenner, Helmut Rechberger, Johann Fellner||2016|
|Dynamic material flow analysis for PCBs in the Norwegian building stock||Journal Article||Bergsdal et al. Bergsdal, Håvard, and Bratterbø, Helge, and Müller, Daniel B.||2014|
|Development of a comprehensive city assessment tool: CASBEE-City||Journal Article||Murakami et al. Shuzo Murakami and Shun Kawakubo and Yasushi Asami and Toshiharu Ikaga and Nobuhaya Yamaguchi and Shinichi Kaburagi||2011|
|Analyzing building stock using topographic maps and GIS||Journal Article||Meinel et al. Meinel, Gotthard; Hecht, Robert; Herold, Hendrik||2009|
|Urban stock over time: spatial material stock analysis using 4d-GIS||Journal Article||Tanikawa and Hashimoto Tanikawa, Hiroki; Hashimoto, Seiji||2009|
|Dynamic material flow analysis for Norway's dwelling stock||Journal Article||Bergsdal et al. Bergsdal, Håvard and Brattebø, Helge and Bohne, Rolf A. and Müller, Daniel B.||2007|