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Review of evidence on housing and health
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How plants inspire façades. From plants to architecture: Biomimetic principles for the development of adaptive architectural envelopes
This paper proposes a biomimetic research of the relationship that can be developed between Biology and Architecture in order to propose innovative facade design solutions. Expand
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Active materials for adaptive architectural envelopes based on plant adaptation principles
In this paper, the authors present research into adaptive architectural envelopes that adapt to environmental changes using active materials, as a result of application of biomimetic principles fromExpand
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Spatial distribution of urban pollution: Civilizing urban traffic
This paper describes research linking pollution measurements at the street segment scale to previous work developing new configuration sensitive 'space syntax' models that describe and quantify theExpand
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The effect of climate change on office building energy consumption in Japan
Global climate change is making the mild Japanese climate significantly warmer, which is expected to have a substantial impact on building energy consumption. The potential impacts of climate changeExpand
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Lifecycle costing of low energy housing refurbishment: A case study of a 7 year retrofit in Chester Road, London
The low energy retrofit of the UK existing building stock is an urgent matter after the government’s commitment to reduce carbon emissions by 80% until 2050. This research addressed the question ofExpand
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Self-reported neurological symptoms in relation to CO emissions due to problem gas appliance installations in London: a cross-sectional survey
BackgroundPrevious research by the authors found evidence that up to 10% of particular household categories may be exposed to elevated carbon monoxide (CO) concentrations from poor quality gasExpand
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