APPLYING TRIZ AND CMFD TO DESIGN SUSTAINABLE, INTELLIGENT, AND INCLUSIVE BUILDINGS
Mapping a methodology that can be used to optimize quality of buildings when diverse target functions, like inclusiveness, intelligence and sustainability are taken into consideration is the ambition of this paper. This paper uses a method entitled Concurrent Multi-Function Deployment to review a myriad of criteria (expenditure, occupants’ health and comfort) that give the performance of a building in relation with the target functions. Some of the mentioned target functions are negatively correlated and therefore a series of clashes appear, clashes solved with TRIZ. This paper shows that using CMFD and TRIZ one can design and build a solution/a building that is both balanced and stable. This paper tests these methods on a residential building and takes into consideration the three target functions mentioned above. The originality of this paper comes from the multi-criteria and multi-function approach of designing a building to allow the uncompromising integration of ecological aspects in the development of an intelligent and inclusive building.
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