Strategies for Integrative Building Design

Per Heiselberg, A. Van der Aa

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Future for Sustainable Built Environments with High Performance Energy Systems : Final event of the Annex 49 "Low Exergy Systems for High-Performance Building and Communities"
EditorsDietrich Schmidt, Marlen Scurig
Number of pages11
Place of PublicationMunich
PublisherGerman Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics (IBP)
Publication date2010
Pages92-102
Publication statusPublished - 2010
EventThe Future for Sustainable Built Environments with High Performance Energy Systems - Munich, Germany
Duration: 19 Oct 201021 Oct 2010

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ConferenceThe Future for Sustainable Built Environments with High Performance Energy Systems
CountryGermany
CityMunich
Period19/10/201021/10/2010

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Heiselberg, P., & Van der Aa, A. (2010). Strategies for Integrative Building Design. In D. Schmidt, & M. Scurig (Eds.), The Future for Sustainable Built Environments with High Performance Energy Systems: Final event of the Annex 49 "Low Exergy Systems for High-Performance Building and Communities" (pp. 92-102). Munich: German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics (IBP).
Heiselberg, Per ; Van der Aa, A. / Strategies for Integrative Building Design. The Future for Sustainable Built Environments with High Performance Energy Systems: Final event of the Annex 49 "Low Exergy Systems for High-Performance Building and Communities". editor / Dietrich Schmidt ; Marlen Scurig. Munich : German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics (IBP), 2010. pp. 92-102
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Heiselberg, P & Van der Aa, A 2010, Strategies for Integrative Building Design. in D Schmidt & M Scurig (eds), The Future for Sustainable Built Environments with High Performance Energy Systems: Final event of the Annex 49 "Low Exergy Systems for High-Performance Building and Communities". German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics (IBP), Munich, pp. 92-102, Munich, Germany, 19/10/2010.

Strategies for Integrative Building Design. / Heiselberg, Per; Van der Aa, A.

The Future for Sustainable Built Environments with High Performance Energy Systems: Final event of the Annex 49 "Low Exergy Systems for High-Performance Building and Communities". ed. / Dietrich Schmidt; Marlen Scurig. Munich : German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics (IBP), 2010. p. 92-102.

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Heiselberg P, Van der Aa A. Strategies for Integrative Building Design. In Schmidt D, Scurig M, editors, The Future for Sustainable Built Environments with High Performance Energy Systems: Final event of the Annex 49 "Low Exergy Systems for High-Performance Building and Communities". Munich: German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics (IBP). 2010. p. 92-102