To improve buildings and their characteristics, the feedback provided directly by users is generally fundamental in order to be able to adapt the technical and structural functions to the well-being of users. The post-occupancy evaluation (POE) fits perfectly into this context. The POE, through qualitative and quantitative information on the interior environment, makes it possible to identify the differences between the performances modeled in the design phase and the real performances experienced by the occupants. This review of 234 articles, published between 2006 and 2022, aims to analyze and compare the recent literature on the application of the POE methodology. The aim was to provide both a qualitative and quantitative assessment of the main factors that comprise the indoor environmental quality (IEQ). The study highlighted the factors that comprise the quality of the indoor environment, as well as the variables that are usually analyzed to describe the well-being of the occupants. The results suggested which are the most common approaches in carrying out POE studies and will identify the factors that most influence the determination of the good quality of an indoor environment.

Post-Occupancy Evaluation’s (POE) Applications for Improving Indoor Environment Quality (IEQ) / Lolli, F.; Marinello, S.; Coruzzolo, A. M.; Butturi, M. A.. - In: TOXICS. - ISSN 2305-6304. - 10:10(2022), pp. 626-626. [10.3390/toxics10100626]

Post-Occupancy Evaluation’s (POE) Applications for Improving Indoor Environment Quality (IEQ)

Lolli F.
;
Marinello S.;Coruzzolo A. M.;Butturi M. A.
2022

Abstract

To improve buildings and their characteristics, the feedback provided directly by users is generally fundamental in order to be able to adapt the technical and structural functions to the well-being of users. The post-occupancy evaluation (POE) fits perfectly into this context. The POE, through qualitative and quantitative information on the interior environment, makes it possible to identify the differences between the performances modeled in the design phase and the real performances experienced by the occupants. This review of 234 articles, published between 2006 and 2022, aims to analyze and compare the recent literature on the application of the POE methodology. The aim was to provide both a qualitative and quantitative assessment of the main factors that comprise the indoor environmental quality (IEQ). The study highlighted the factors that comprise the quality of the indoor environment, as well as the variables that are usually analyzed to describe the well-being of the occupants. The results suggested which are the most common approaches in carrying out POE studies and will identify the factors that most influence the determination of the good quality of an indoor environment.
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Post-Occupancy Evaluation’s (POE) Applications for Improving Indoor Environment Quality (IEQ) / Lolli, F.; Marinello, S.; Coruzzolo, A. M.; Butturi, M. A.. - In: TOXICS. - ISSN 2305-6304. - 10:10(2022), pp. 626-626. [10.3390/toxics10100626]
Lolli, F.; Marinello, S.; Coruzzolo, A. M.; Butturi, M. A.
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