Kristoffer Negendahl

Kristoffer Negendahl
Technical University of Denmark | DTU · Department of Civil Engineering

PhD, MS. Civ. Eng.

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Introduction
Kristoffer Negendahl currently works part time at the Department of Civil Engineering, Technical University of Denmark as an Assistant Professor, part time as computational design specialist at Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG). Kristoffer does research in sustainable building design and his focus is coupling building physics and performance analyses with design tools in disciplines such as Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering and Social Engineering.

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In the wake of uncompromising requirements on building performance and the current emphasis on building energy consumption and indoor environment, designing buildings has become an increasingly difficult task. However, building performance analyses, including those of building energy consumption and indoor environment, are generally conducted late...
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Building designers make decisions in early design stages that have large impact on building performance, including those of energy-, daylight- and indoor environment performance. Building performance simulation (BPS) tools can support the designer, in making better decisions, by providing the performance consequences of design choices. However BPS...
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In the wake of uncompromising requirements on building performance and the current emphasis on sustainability, including building energy and indoor environment, designing buildings involves elements of expertise of multiple disciplines. However, building performance analyses, including those of building energy and indoor environment, are generally...
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In the period from 2015 to 2018, five architectural design studios in Scandinavia, led by the Technical University of Denmark, used life cycle assessment (LCA) as an active design driver in their work [1]. Nearly all of the examined projects began with or ended in analyses that are different from what it is expected as being a common use of LCA. Th...
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If the key to sustainable transformation is in the design process – what benefits do ICT tools bring? This is the central question addressed in the book by researchers and architects in the Nordic Region. Together they have developed and implemented digital tools in real design processes for three years. The capabilities of the tools include how de...
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The Technical University of Denmark has been carrying out research in the energy balance of buildings in relation to indoor climate for decades. The last two decades have seen a major role played by research in the field of Integrated Energy Design (IED) focusing on the earliest design phases. The research has showed that the greatest effect in rel...
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Early stage building performance optimisation as a viable approach is yet to be applied efficiently in building design processes, especially in the early design stages where the design space is open and changes are inexpensive. This article proposes a method of entire building energy optimisation in the early design stage. The main focus is to demo...
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Termite is a parametric tool using the Danish building performance simulation engine Be10 written for the Grasshopper3D/Rhino3D environment. e tool Be10 is originally intended for building energy frame calculations and is required by Danish law when constructing new buildings. Termite opens up for fully parametric district- and city-size simulation...

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Article for World Sustainable Built Environment Conference 2017 Hong Kong. 5-7 June 2017 Co authoring with Marios Tsikos and Jan S Kauschen