A Green Vitruvius

A Green Vitruvius

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2000 years ago the roman architect Marcus Vitruvius Pollio wrote the ten books on architecture establishing the concept of the pattern book offering design principles and solutions that is still referred to in every architect's education. A Green Vitruvius is intended as a green pattern book for today. Now fully updated, this well established textbook provides advice suitable for undergraduate and post graduate students on the integration of sustainable practice into the design and construction process, the issues to be considered, the strategies to be adopted, the elements of green design and design evaluation within the process. Classic design elegance is found in the holistic clear solution.Source: IEA, 2010 Another measure of the efficiency of a lighting fixture or luminaire is the total emitted luminous flux as a ... Since occupants cannot in many cases be relied upon to switch off or dim lamps as required, automatic controls have an ... Routine maintenance requirements may be flagged, helping the operator to maintain energy efficient operation and to avoid disruptive equipment failures.

Title:A Green Vitruvius
Author: Vivienne Brophy, J Owen Lewis
Publisher:Routledge - 2012-06-25

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