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Bioclimatic underground architecture: Development and principles

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Author(s): Stojić Jasmina | Stanković Danica

Journal: Facta Universitatis - series : Architecture and Civil Engineering
ISSN 0354-4605

Volume: 7;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 135;
Date: 2009;
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Keywords: bioclimatic underground architecture | development | principles of sustainable

ABSTRACT
The principal idea of paper lies in analyzing contemporary architectural challenges, concerning climate changes, global warming, renewable energy deficiency and population growth. The relevant examples and principles of sustainable and selfsustainable architecture development throughout history are presented. Underground structures as passive solar systems, vegetation used as insulation, ventilation and isolation are given as one of possible solutions for this global phenomenon. By studying the model of Nature, certain solutions imitating systems and laws of flora and fauna are given that will insure the necessary savings of non-renewable energy during the building construction and their later energy consumption.
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