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Sustainable design responses for residential high-rises
Sustainable design responses for residential high-rises is a viable topic with multiple answers. There are many separate types of researches in the literature on building envelope and applicable green technologies, but the ...
Low Cost Approach to Energy Efficient Buildings in Nigeria: A Review of Passive Design Options
Energy consumption in buildings accounts for approximately 45% of the world’s total energy consumption, leading to a significant proportion of greenhouse gas emissions. This has led to an increasing effort towards reducing ...
Low-Middle Income Apartments in Urban Amman/Jordan: Energy Challenges and Motivations
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Control of Daylight and Natural Ventilation in Traditional Architecture of Ghadames, Libya
Housing energy consumption accounts for almost 36% of total primary energy use in Libya of which cooling and lighting are the main source of demand. This study reviews passive control methods employed in traditional ...
Desert Architecture Review of Ghadames Housing in Libya
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Sustainable high-rises in a sustainable development-the case of Salford Quays
The purpose of this research is to analyse the design approaches towards creating a sustainable and viable environment. The research questions presented in this study are what is the quality of high-rises and their ...
Local Constraints on Sustainable Tourism Development in Africa; the Nigerian Example
The growth of tourism in Africa, the second largest continent in the world in recent years has been rapid, especially in areas where there is social stability. Though still very much lacking in tourism supporting ...
The likely effect of sustainable landscape on the quality of life through tourism: focus on Nigeria
Increase in leisure time, improved rising standard of living and concerns for healthy life style has geared people into taking part in tourism activities and landscape, play a very important role in the choice of the tourist ...
Promoting sustainable tourism through landscape architecture in developing countries: Case study of Nigeria
(Salford University, 2009)
The benefits associated with recreation and tourism is widely acknowledged, which is especially the case when the effects on stress and the enhancing impact on well-being and productivity are considered. This is why society ...