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1(49)/2017
doi:10.5277/ARCHITECTUS

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Editorial
Magdalena Baborska-Narożny, Fionn Stevenson
Field studies in occupied buildings and the building performance evaluation (BPE) approach – Polish and British practice…3
doi:10.5277/arc170101
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Marcin Mateusz Kołakowski
How to measure well-being in architecture. The benefits of using mixed-method research. Based on a case study involving inhabitants of heritage houses…15
doi:10.5277/arc170102
Mat Colmer
The performance gap: the UK experience and the Polish potential for using building performance evaluation…33
doi:10.5277/arc170103
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Magdalena Baborska-Narożny
Building performance evaluation – understanding the benefits and risks for the stakeholders involved. Lessons for Poland based on the UK experience…47
doi:10.5277/arc170104
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Joanna Tymkiewicz, Beata Kucharczyk-Brus
Silesian School of Qualitative Research – 20 years of experience and lessons of quality research in buildings with different utility functions…63
doi:10.5277/arc170105  
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Anna Ostańska
Multicriteria assessment of housing estates to provide urban renewal guidelines: a case study…81
doi:10.5277/arc170106
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Angelika Lasiewicz-Sych
Notes on the combination of logical argumentation and qualitative methods in diagnosis of the built environment .…97
doi:10.5277/arc170107
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Natalia Fidorów-Kaprawy, Maria Kostka, Małgorzata Szulgowska-Zgrzywa,
Krzysztof Piechurski

The energy concept of the building as a part of sustainable construction…115
doi:10.5277/arc170108
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Katarzyna Nowak, Katarzyna Nowak-Dzieszko
Field measurements of the thermal quality of the building envelope – importance for developers…131
doi:10.5277/arc170109
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