Creating the Productive Workplace

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Index
31 principle of user empowerment 194

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Aalto, Alvar 34
ABSIC (Advanced Building Systems Integration Consortium) 272, 274-5, 279, 344
acute respiratory disease (ARD) 114, 119, 121
Adams, Scott 324
adaptability, human 242, 343
adaptation level 61
Advanced Building Systems Integration Consortium (ABSIC) 272, 274-5, 279, 344
affective appraisal 59, 63-6
see also emotion
affective experience 56-7
AHP see analytic hierarchy process
air-conditioning
compared to natural ventilation 180-1, 344
cost-effectiveness of 8-9
in KI Building 281-93
lack of agreements on 315
local control 278
in mixed-mode buildings 187-8
problems with 306
and productivity 10
see also HVAC; ventilation
air contaminants, ASHRAE definitions 111
airflow control 282-5, 288-91, 292
airports 64-5, 67
air quality see indoor air quality
Alberts, Ton 21-2
allergic reactions 308
American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Engineers see ASHRAE
Amsterdam, NMB Bank 21-2
analytic hierarchy process (AHP) 132-4
priority factor analysis 147-51, 159-60
Andersen Worldwide 327-8, 331, 332
appraisal, affective see affective appraisal
architects 324, 325, 328-9
see also architecture
architectural design 64, 301
architecture
and affective appraisal 64-6
interrelation with buildings 345
and senses 33-4
sustainable 275, 277
Taylorist legacy on 323, 324
see also architects
ARD (acute respiratory disease) 114, 119, 121
arousal
and environmental stimulus 60
as a key dimension of mood 58
and stress 78, 211-13
arousal approach 60
Arup Associates 325
ASHRAE
definitions 100, 101
Standards (62-1989 and 55-1992) 4, 98, 107, 109, 116, 117, 124, 279
Asia, lighting in 194
see also Japan; Philippines
AssessA 310-12
assessment methods
for concentration and attention 242-54
using analytic hierarchy process 129-63
see also evaluation; questionnaires

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