|Title||The investigation of Spatial Delight and Environmental Performance of Modernist Architecture in London – Golden Lane Estate|
|Authors||Schiano-Phan, R., Lau, B., Pourel, D., Golzari, N. and Lee, S-K.|
This paper investigated the spatial delight and environmental performance of two selected apartments in the modernist buildings at Golden Lane Estate built after the 2nd World War. This estate is a Grade II listed, high density, low cost housing complex designed by three young architects: Peter Chamberlin, Geoffrey Powell and Christof Bon and it was built over a bombed site, and well embraced the post-war modern architecture ethos, environmental considerations and inclusion of social facilities and landscaped communal spaces.
|Keywords||Modernist Architecture, Environmental Performance, Spatial Delight, Selective Environmental Interventions, Occupants’ Comfort.|
|Conference||16th International Conference on Sustainable Energy Technologies|
|Accepted author manuscript||SET2017_SchianoPhan.pdf|