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Klein, Milou (author)
Bioreceptivity in building envelopes is a new type of facade greening system which thrives to improve the urban climate. In this type of facade greening the building envelope acts as a mediating layer between indoor and external conditions. This research focuses on the impact of the implementation of bioreceptive facade panels in the urban...
master thesis 2020
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Arapakis, Takis (author)
In recent years, the need to reduce the global warming of the planet has become more imperative than ever. Global warming and, at local scale, Urban Heat Island phenomena are among the primary effects of the increased building carbon emissions. Nevertheless, understanding and controlling the parameters which intensify, or mitigate, the...
master thesis 2019