Insideout: design procedures for passive environmental technologies

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Wiley, 1992 - Architecture - 332 pages
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Using a problem-solving approach, it presents a broad view of building in the environment by investigating problems at various scales--from the context of culture and climate to the site, the building cluster, the building, the construction zone, individual components--and layering the design process from analysis to conceptual, schematic, developmental, systems integration and evaluation. Concentrates on providing a set of procedures which connect subjects covered in Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings and includes a multitude of line drawings to illustrate these processes.

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G. Z. Brown is a registered architect and professor of architecture at the University of Oregon. He is the coauthor of Inside Out: Design Procedures for Passive Environmental Technologies and the design software Energy Scheming.
Mark DeKay is a registered architect and assistant professor of architecture at Washington University in St. Louis. He is a 2000 Fulbright Fellow to India, and his Ecological Design Resources Web site can be found at: http: //ecodesign.arch.wustl.edu