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Passive Solar Architecture / David A. Bainbridge and Ken Haggard

Passive Solar Architecture / David A. Bainbridge and Ken Haggard

David Bainbridge, founder of the Passive Solar Institute, recently sent us his book Passive Solar Architecture. The book is a great introduction for anyone interested in passive solar architecture. The content is kept simple and straightforward. It allows any novice to become familiar with the main concepts and techniques used in the field. The authors, Bainbridge and Ken Haggard, have also provided a free-downloadable lab manual that students can use to learn concepts and techniques through a hands-on approach.

“New buildings can be designed to be solar oriented, naturally heated and cooled, naturally lit and ventilated, and made with renewable, sustainable materials–no matter the location or climate. In this comprehensive overview of passive solar design, two of America’s solar pioneers give homeowners, architects, designers, and builders the keys to successfully harnessing the sun and maximizing climate resources for heating, cooling, ventilation, and daylighting.”

Contents V Preface ix About this Book 001 Sustainable Buildings 039 Passive Heating 085 Passive Cooling and Ventilation 135 Natural Lighting 163 Harvesting On-Site Resources 227 Essays on Integrated Design 261 Appendixes 289 Acknowledgments 290 Illustration Credits 291 Index

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Cite: Christopher Henry. "Passive Solar Architecture / David A. Bainbridge and Ken Haggard" 01 Oct 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/171762/passive-solar-architecture-david-a-bainbridge-and-ken-haggard/> ISSN 0719-8884
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