Concise Elements Model for Enhancing Visual Comfort in Malaysia Single Office Space
With the world moving toward achieving sustainable development goals (SDGs) by 2030, There is a need to address the issues that are directly and indirectly responsible for climate change especially those influence the use of a non-renewable source of energy. To promote the using of passive means to attain a good visual comfort in an office space this study proposed a concise elements model for visual comfort (CEMVC). The proposed “model” was developed from critical analysis of available visual-comfort theories and benchmarking with standards; ISO 89951-1:2002, ISO 89951-1:2008 and MS1525: 2019 the Malaysian standard 2019. The result is a concise model named “CEMVC” with elements arranged in a chart that can aid in the maximizations of visual comfort level in a single office space using Malaysia as a case study. The study needs to be extended and carried out in a complete season-spanning an ideal period to inferred the outcome of the research “CEMVC”.