【CAGLA GURBAY:YEMIN MA】 【PRAJISH VINAYAK:JINJING YU】A manifesto into the control of heterogeneous microclimate through wind-driven natural cross-ventilation by dynamic material system。Human comfort is in primary consideration of performance-oriented architectural design. In the case of thermal comfort, continuous change of natural and man-made external and internal parameters at different scales creates the necessity of dynamic response. Being designed for generating solutions, air conditioning systems controlling separated inner spaces were a significant method until today. In light of conducted methods such as optimization through computational fluid dynamics and natural ventilation rate calculations, this dissertation suggests wind induced cross ventilation as better alternative in manipulating interior microclimate in response to occupancy fluxes. The argument presented here investigates an envelope generated through evolutionary form-finding and is overlaid with a dynamic component system which together delivers a holistic performance-driven architecture.

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