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PDF version of Passivhaus - Summer 2008

PDF version of Passivhaus - Summer 2008
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A passive house can simply be defined as one where a heating energy demand of 15kWh/m2/year is achieved. Judging from its outer appearance alone, a passive house can easily be designed to resemble a conventional home but what we find is that careful attention to detail is the key to ensuring a durable low energy building.


PDF version of Building Services - Spring 2008

PDF version of Building Services - Spring 2008
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In this issue, Judith Thornton brings us an exclusive and thought-provoking, sideways look at rainwater harvesting, while Roger Budgeon has provided us with early monitoring results from the wood fuelled boiler powering the new Greenshop Group HQ.


PDF version of Walls - Summer 2007

PDF version of Walls - Summer 2007
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Are major home builders really going to be building zero carbon houses as standard within the next ten years? The flurry of announcements from different government departments before Christmas on the Code for Sustainable Homes and the future of zero carbon development were perhaps most notable for the way in which they seemed to be almost universally well-received by the industry. Kevin Telfer investigates ....


PDF version of Heading for Zero - Spring 2007

PDF version of Heading for Zero - Spring 2007
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Are major home builders really going to be building zero carbon houses as standard within the next ten years? The flurry of announcements from different government departments before Christmas on the Code for Sustainable Homes and the future of zero carbon development were perhaps most notable for the way in which they seemed to be almost universally well-received by the industry. Kevin Telfer investigates ....


PDF version of Green Towers - Summer 2005

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Oliver Lowenstein brings us an extensive report on the progress of a range of eco-skyscraper proposals. September 11th docked a big question mark on building up, but one which turned out to be strictly temporary. In cities across the globe, the skyscraper is resurgent. For instance - Shanghai. An April Time magazine issue showcased a cast of stellar signature architects and their skyscraper projects which are apparently on course to wow the public, from New York’s Freedom Tower to Italy’s Milan Daniel Libeskind’s curving tower.


 
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