We are creating a high-quality Building Information Model of our offices in Toronto. Our goal is to make our building into a living laboratory for energy modeling, simulation, validation, and ultimately, for sustainability.
A central motivation to our work is to foster change from sustainability as an abstract discourse to quantifiable codes and practices. To promote accelerated progress in this field, we have founded the SCS SpringSim Symposium on Simulation for Architecture and Urban Design in collaboration with ACM SIGSIM and we will provide the Digital 210 King model to this community.
For more information, please visit www.digital210king.org.
Azam Khan, Kasper Hornbaek (2011)Big Data and the Built Environment
Ramtin Attar, Ebenezer Hailemariam, Simon Breslav, Azam Khan, Gord Kurtenbach (2011)Sensor-enabled Cubicles for Occupant-centric Capture of Building Performance Data
Ramtin Attar, Michael Glueck, Venk Prabhu, Azam Khan (2010)210 King Street: A Dataset for Integrated Performance Assessment