Transparent envelope in buildings. Analysis and solutions - eLearningOnWeb
Continuous glazed facades and aluminum frame systems. "Intelligent facades" for energy saving. Focus on the transparent envelope: analysis of the façade system for a correct design aimed at the construction of buildings with high energy containment and internal comfort
Cod. 2018.103 - CNA015052018192848T03CFP00200 | Transparent envelope in buildings. Analysis and solutions
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Speaker: Edoardo Tabasso
Technical partner: Wicona
Theme: Transparent casing
Moderator: Arch. R. Fabio Sciacca
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