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Vol: 38 No: 3

Vol : 38   No: 3

TITLE: ‘Zero-Energy Mass Custom Home Research Paradigms.’ Covering Custom Homes, Housing in Brazil, Decision Making, Solution Sets, Green Buildings, Zero Energy Standards, Student Accommodation...  2013

  • DESIGN ISSUES FOR NET ZERO-ENERGY BUILDINGS.
  • MASS-CUSTOMIZED NET ENERGY-POSITIVE HOUSING FOR THE GREAT LAKES REGION
  • CASAZEROENERGY: AN ITALIAN PROTOTYPE OF ZERO ENERGY BUILDING
  • MASS HOUSING AND SUSTAINABILITY
  • MODULAR, SUSTAINABLE AND CUSTOMIZED:PROJECTS FOR THE CONTEMPORARY DWELLING
  • CONFIGURING PRODUCT VARIANTS IN CUSTOMISATION STRATEGIES FOR HOUSE-BUILDING
  • SUSTAINABLE MEASURES AND ECONOMIC VALUE IN GREEN HOUSING
  • MEASURED HOME ENVIRONMENT AND ENERGY CONSUMPTION COMPARED TO ACCEPTED STANDARDS
  • Editorial Vol.38 No.3 2013
  • Guest Editors

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    Dr. Masa Noguchi
    MEARU (R&D ZEMCH Group), Mackintosh School of Architecture,The Glasgow School of Art, UK

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    Nicholas Wilkinson
    Eastern Mediterranean University, Faculty of Architecture, Gazimagusa, Mersin 10, Turkey


     

      

    Vol :  38   No:  1  

    TITLE: Built Environments for Special Populations Subjects include: Special Populations, Normal / Special ? Autism Spectrum Disorder, Accessibility Codes, Special Needs Design, Universal Design, Elderly Popu  2013

  • Editorial: “Expanding Normal: Towards a More Inclusive Approach to Designing the Built Environment”
  • ENRICHING OUR UNDERSTANDING OF ARCHITECTURE THROUGH DISABILITY EXPERIENCE
  • A COMPUTER-BASED SYSTEM FOR MASS CUSTOMIZATION OF PREFABRICATED HOUSING
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    Prof. Dr. Magda Mostafa
    Department of Construction and Architectural Engineering, The American University in Cairo, Egypt.


     

     

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