An earlier paper by the authors (ASR, Vol. 29, No. 3, September 1986) presented thermal comfort responses of large samples of ofice workers to the immediate thermal environments in Darwin, Brisbane and Melbourne air-conditioned buildings. The current paper reports the same building occupants’ attitudes on airconditioning and indoor climate-related issues. The results are related to energy conservation, “sick building” hypotheses and man-environment systems theory.
- Airconditioning indoor climate
- Thermal comfort
- User response