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DETAIL Green, May 2012

DETAIL Green, May 2012

While DETAIL Magazine brings us the insights of buildings in terms of highly detailed drawings, DETAIL Green focuses on sustainability in architecture trough data & analysis.

This special edition brings interesting articles and cases like Sustainability in the London 2012 Olympics buildings or Cities and climate change. Also you can find about Recycling-friendly constructions, Solar technology  in building envelopes, Zero energy concepts for buildings and much more.

Full index after the break.

Magazine 001 Not just buildings: sustainability and the London 2012 Olympics / Oliver Lowenstein 008 Projects 016 Publications,Events

Background 018 Cities and climate change

Sustainable Architecture 022 Energy turnaround made affordable: Residential estate in Ingolstadt, Munich 030 Official Role Mole : Administration Building in Krems / Fritsch, Chiari & Partner, Wien 036 Tradition and progress combined: Refurbished house in Egg / George Becher 042 Progress through restraint: Refurbished apartment block in Halle / Saale Stefan Forster Architekten

Research and Practice 048 Buildings as resource stores: recycling-friendly construction in practice / Werner Sobek, Valentin Brenner, Petra Michaely 052 Solar technology in building envelopes / Roland Kripper 056 Photovoltaics A-Z

Products and Materials Specialist information 070 Zero Energy Buildings – a term with various meanings / Eike Musall, Karsten Voss 074 Planning partners and manufacters 075 Editorial and publishing data-photo credits

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