Green Energy Design: Solar Design, Trombe Wall, Philippe Starck, Passive House, Light Tube, Smart Glass, Rolf Disch Solar Architecture

 
9781157990925: Green Energy Design: Solar Design, Trombe Wall, Philippe Starck, Passive House, Light Tube, Smart Glass, Rolf Disch Solar Architecture
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 106. Not illustrated. Chapters: Solar Design, Trombe Wall, Philippe Starck, Passive House, Light Tube, Smart Glass, Rolf Disch Solar Architecture, Plusenergy, Thermal Energy Storage, Passive Cooling, Merck Headquarters, Heliotrope, List of Pioneering Solar Buildings, Solar Settlement, 31 Tannery Project, Barra System, Sun Ship, Mahoney Tables, Smart Film, Passive Solar, Blue Oak Energy. Excerpt: The term passive house (Passivhaus in German) refers to the rigorous, voluntary, Passivhaus standard for energy efficiency in buildings. It results in ultra-low energy buildings that require little energy for space heating or cooling. A similar standard, MINERGIE-P, is used in Switzerland. The standard is not confined only to residential properties; several office buildings, schools, kindergartens and a supermarket have also been constructed to the standard. Passive design is not the attachment or supplement of architectural design, but an integrated design process with the architectural design. Although it is mostly applied to new buildings, it has also been used for refurbishments. Estimates on the number of passive houses around the world range from 15,000 to 20,000. The vast majority have been built in German-speaking countries or Scandinavia. The Passive House standard originated from a conversation in May 1988 between Professors Bo Adamson of Lund University, Sweden, and Wolfgang Feist of the Institut für Wohnen und Umwelt (Institute for Housing and the Environment ). Their concept was developed through a number of research projects , aided by financial assistance from the German state of Hesse. The eventual building of four row houses (also known as terraced houses or town homes) was designed for four private clients by architects professor Bott, Ridder and Westermeyer. The first Passivhaus buildings were built in Darmstadt, German...

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