DESIGN PRINCIPLES FOR SUSTAINABLE RESTAURANT : A CASE STUDY IN SHIRAZ

Niaz ESMAILI, Bahareh RAJAEI
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Abstract


Abstract. As climate change and global warming effects have increased worldwide, sustainability becomes the main aspect for constructing new buildings and conserving existing ones.Sustainable design should be applied in all phases of the life cycle of a building, including programming, design, building construction, building operation, and finally demolition.  Sustainability is not yet a term which is described in the building decree. However, it is a very important theme of this moment .The ultimate scenario would be when architectures meet all the requirements concerning energy and comfort.This article is going to give solutions for designing a sustainable restaurant .Iran is basically divided into four climatic regions. One of its regions including most parts of the central Iranian plateau receives almost no rain for at least six months of the year; hence it is very hot and dry. The present  study is based on sustainable restaurant in Shiraz, a city which is located in Iran‘s hot and dry climate zone with its wide spread area. The sustainable restaurant design is based on principles of architecture in harmony with the climate of each region and knowing its domestic and natural materials.


Keywords


Sustainability, sustainable restaurant, energy consumption, sustainable technology, Shiraz

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