CBE’s Associate Director Gail Brager was interviewed for the Women in Sustainability podcast, hosted by Kira Gould and UC Berkeley alum Lindsay Baker. She talks about meaningful mentorship, the power of collaboration, and gives a sneak peek at the book she is currently working on.
Researcher Lindsay T. Graham was interviewed for an article focused on the top design trends of 2020, and offers her insight into the idea of a “dream home”.
California Building News editor Henry Eason writes about his experience attending CBE’s October 2019 Industry Advisory Board Meeting, summarizing several noteworthy projects and initiatives. The article begins on page 10.
Researcher Lindsay T. Graham was interviewed for an article in the New York Times focused on short-term home rentals.
Author Penelope Green writes that Americans have more air conditioning than any other country, and how this is related to climate change concerns and new energy standards. Several people are cited in her discussion of new innovations from industry and research organizations, including CBE’s David Lehrer.
Researcher Jovan Pantelic reviews ASHRAE’s HVAC Design Manual for Hospital and Clinics from the perspective of infectious source strength and air change rate, one of the key paramenters in healthcare design.
Lindsay T. Graham published an article about the research being done in residential spaces, and how our identities and emotions are reflected in our homes.
CBE Director Ed Arens was interviewed on The Edifice Complex Podcast, discussing building design for all senses.
This article builds on a 15-year-old BuildingGreen classic, with updates on thermal comfort in mixed-mode buildings, featuring much of Gail Brager’s research on the development of the adaptive model.
Lance Hosey writes about the history of post-occupancy evaluations (POEs) and how they can reveal a wealth of useful information. He describes the CBE Occupant Survey based on an interview with CBE’s David Lehrer, and describes new technologies that are helping architects better track building performance.