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An integrated platform for collaborative performance - efficient building design: the case of HOLISTEEC project

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Abstract

HOLISTEEC is a EU FP7 project which objective is to design, develop, and demonstrate a collaborative building design software platform, featuring advanced support for multi-criteria building optimization. Conceptual phases of the design process are the one addressed, taking into account external and neighbourhood-level influences. The platform offers, among other services, a unified IFC-compliant data model for BIM, a set of multi-physical simulation engines to evaluate the performances of the designed building at the different steps of the conceptual phases, and an open infrastructure for building design interoperability based on available standards. The design of this platform has relied and still relies on feedbacks by domain experts and on the currently adopted business models, while enabling at the same time a renewed and enhanced design process, to take current practices one step forward for an improved flexibility, effectiveness and competitiveness. This article presents the state of the works of the HOLISTEEC project to day, as well as the functional and technical details about the features offered by the platform.
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cea-02121571 , version 1 (06-05-2019)

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Davide Mazza, Klaus Linhard, Asier Mediavilla, Eberhard Michaelis, Mirka Rekkola. An integrated platform for collaborative performance - efficient building design: the case of HOLISTEEC project. Sustainable Places 2015, Sep 2015, Savona, Italy. pp.151-159. ⟨cea-02121571⟩
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