Show simple item record Haase, M Skeie, KS Woods, R 2018-01-11T19:21:21Z 2018-01-11T19:21:21Z
dc.description.abstract Policies and research often focus on technology and buildings and not on social aspects associated with future developments. There are many reasons for this, and one of the most pertinent may be that behaviour is both difficult to control and to predict and that the technological solutions that are introduced are perceived as part of a purely technical system. The ambition to identify the systemic inefficiencies of shopping centres requires a more holistic systems view, which cannot be achieved by simply studying isolated parts or individuals in the shopping centre. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.subject shopping centres, sustainability, retail architecture, user behaviour, energy efficiency en_US
dc.title Customer behaviour and energy use in european shopping centres en_US
dc.type Conference-Abstract en_US
dc.identifier.year 2015 en_US
dc.identifier.conference 8th International Conference of Faculty of Architecture Research Unit (FARU) - 2015 en_US Colombo en_US
dc.identifier.pgnos pp. 306 - 320 en_US
dc.identifier.proceeding Making built environments responsive en_US en_US

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