Corpus ID: 201052264

TRADITIONAL SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS IN IRANIAN DESERT ARCHITECTURE TO SOLVE THE ENERGY PROBLEM

@inproceedings{Maleki2011TRADITIONALSS,
  title={TRADITIONAL SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS IN IRANIAN DESERT ARCHITECTURE TO SOLVE THE ENERGY PROBLEM},
  author={B. Ahmadkhani Maleki},
  year={2011}
}
The sustainable architecture that advances to a point in order to be allowed to reach its aims and goals deems necessary the design off any building with the least adverse effect on environment as well as design consistent with nature. Thus by considering the traditional Iranian architecture, it is observed that Iranian architectural characteristics conform to the rules of sustainable architecture; and can obtain sustainability in modern architecture by being reveled by certain features of… Expand
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  • BIOGRAPHY Bahram Ahmadkhani Maleki was born in Tabriz, Iran,
  • 1982
Man climate and architecture
  • B. Givoni
  • Engineering, Environmental Science
  • 1969