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This issue of Architectural Science Review coincides with the sixtieth birthday of the Editor, Henry J. Cowan. This article reviews his association with Architectural Science, particularly through the last twenty-five years at the University of Sydney.
This paper describes a house successfully incorporating solar space-heating. The house, located in a temperate climate, is constructed of concrete block and foil-insulated weatherboarding on a timber frame, with double-glazed windows and a metal roof. Healing is obtained by means of a large...
Tensegric shells are a new type of reticulated structure: they are comprised of a net of cables and bars. There is one bar at a node, and no bar touches another and the structure comprises no continuous rigid part. The tensegric shell is stabilized by prestressing, and it can be simply assembled...
Among the options for reducing lighting energy consumption is the effective utilization of natural lighting. This article analyses innovative methods for maximum utilization of natural light from quantitative and qualitative viewpoints. A technique of daylighting using direct beam radiation from...
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