Architectural Research Centers Consortium, Inc. (ARCC)

The Architectural Research Centers Consortium, Inc. (ARCC) is an international association of architectural research centers committed to the expansion of the research culture and a supporting infrastructure in architecture and related design disciplines. Since its founding as a non-profit corporation in 1976, ARCC has represented a concerted commitment to the improvement of the physical environment and the quality of life.

Historically, ARCC's members have been schools of architecture who have made substantial commitments to architectural research, often by forming centers directed to research programs. At the same time, ARCC has sponsored many projects, conferences, and other activities involving the broader architectural research community, including industrial laboratories, government agencies, and private practitioners engaged in research. For more information, visit www.arcc-arch.org.

Research Submitted

Title Author Datesort ascending
Feasibility of Rainwater Harvesting in US Jong-Jin Kim (University of Michigan), William Laughner (University of Michigan) Jun 14, 2017
Investigation of the Relationship of the Thermal Comfort Perception Between the Local and Whole Body Segments in a Workplace Environment Qi Wang (University of Southern California), Joon-Ho Choi (University of Southern California), Marc Schiler (University of Southern California), Douglas Noble (University of Southern California) Jun 14, 2017
Passive House Informed: The Next Level of Energy Efficiency in Affordable Housing Amanda Donofrio (Bergsund DeLaney Architecture & Planning), Mike Magee (Bergsund DeLaney Architecture & Planning), Julie Romig (Bergsund DeLaney Architecture & Planning) Apr 06, 2015
Bridging the Gap: Supporting Data Transparency from BIM to BEM Mohammad Hijazi (University of Southern California), Karen Kensek (University of Southern California), Kyle Konis (University of Southern California) Apr 06, 2015
Systems Thinking at the Get Go Ray Mann (University of Massachusetts, Amherst) Apr 06, 2015
The Potential of Predictive Modeling and Automated Building Facade Elements to Attain Thermal Comfort Troy Peters (Wentworth Institute of Technology; University of Massachusetts, Amherst) Apr 06, 2015
A Comparative Approach to Map BIM Workflow in US Mid-size Firms Using BPMN and IDEF Methods Ibrahim A.I. Abdelhady (Alexandria University, Egypt) Apr 06, 2015
Mission Zero Corridor Elizabeth Ward (Perkins+Will) Apr 06, 2015
Size Matters in Housing Design Christina Bollo (University of Oregon) Apr 06, 2015
Bridging the Gap: Transparency in Building Materials Suzanne Drake (Perkins+Will), Michel Dedeo (Perkins+Will) Apr 06, 2015

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