Thermally Active Surfaces in Architecture


By Kiel Moe

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This groundbreaking study by prize-winning architect Kiel Moe argues that water is far better at capturing and channeling energy than air. By separating a building’s heating/cooling from its ventilation, the building’s structure itself becomes the primary thermal system.

Includes ten case studies.

Published by Princeton Architectural Press, NY, 2010.

In excellent condition.