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Energy Efficient Buildings

Architecture, Engineering, and Environment

Wayne Forster (Author, Cardiff University), Dean Hawkes (Author, Cardiff University)

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An examination of how energy efficiency can be enhanced by integrating advances in architecture and engineering.

Exploring the evolving relationship between architecture and engineering, this book examines the environmental function and performance of buildings in the twenty-first century. Critical studies of outstanding recent building projects around the world reveal the many innovative ways designers can integrate architecture and engineering to produce buildings that are both attractive and energy efficient.

Book Details

  • Hardcover
  • July 2002
  • ISBN 978-0-393-73092-0
  • 9.6 × 11.7 in / 240 pages
  • Sales Territory: Worldwide including Canada, but excluding the British Commonwealth and the European Union.

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“Critical studies of outstanding recent building projects around the world reveal the many innovative ways designers can integrate architecture and engineering to produce buildings that are both attractive and energy efficient.” — From House To Home

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