Climate and Architecture: Selected References, Housing Research
Housing and Home Finance Agency, Office of the Administrator, Division of Housing Research, 1951 - Architecture and climate - 20 pages
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Page 11 - Bird-Cage House Built Inside a Screened Patio, is Tailored to a Tropical Climate. The Architectural Forum, May 1950, pp. 138-141. Igor B. Polevitzky, archt. 50- 7 O'Dwyer, JJ "Some Aspects of Air Conditioning in the Tropics.
Page 4 - Since climate has so many farreaching, practical and direct applications to the activities of man, climatology emphasizes human relations...": Blair, p.