Eco-architecture IV: Harmonisation Between Architecture and Nature
Unlike the mechanistic buildings it replaces, eco-architecture is in harmony with nature, including its immediate environs. It makes every effort to minimize the use of energy at each stage in the building's life cycle. This collection of papers reflects the interdisciplinary nature of eco-architecture.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
201 WIT Press air tightness analysis architecture building envelope calculated climate colour concept concrete construction cooling cultural daylight impression Design Stage effect electricity elements energy consumption energy demand energy efficiency energy performance energy saving Environment environmental Esplanade evaluation fašade floor function greening systems heat pump improve installed integrated interior internal intervention Italy layer LIB tools light living wall living wall systems located materials measured method Minangkabau mineral wool moisture diffusivity natural ventilation optimization orientation panels parameters passive photovoltaic planning plants Press 2 Figure pressure production public art Putrajaya reduce renewable energy residential roof Saudi Arabia shading simulation solar radiation space standard strategies structure surface sustainable Technology temperature thermal comfort thermal insulation tourism traditional Transactions on Ecology transport U-value University urban values vertical wind tower WIT Transactions www.witpress.com zeolite zones