Components of Sustainable Design and Construction 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Green building evaluation systems 2.3 USGBC’s LEED Certification and rating system 2.4 The green globes rating system 2.5 Green rating standards used worldwide Chapter 3.Green Design and the Construction Process 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Green building principles and components 3.3 High-Performance design strategies 3.4 Design process for High-Performance buildings 3.5 Green project delivery systems 3.6 Traditional green design−Bid−Build project delivery 3.7 Green construction management 3.8 Green design−Build project delivery Chapter 4.
Three successive experiments established the range of concentrations of colchicine, 0.05 m M to 0.25 m M, at which tetraploids were likely to be produced.
Thus a protocol for the production of tetraploids was established.
Cytometric analysis showed that tetraploid forms of two selections were produced.
Packed with conceptual sketches and photos, real world case studies and green construction details, Handbook of Green Building Design and Construction provides a wealth of practical guidelines and essential insights that will facilitate the design of green buildings.
Written in an easy to understand style, the Handbook draws on over 35 years of personal experience across the world, offering vital information and penetrating insights into two major building rating systems such as LEED and BREEAM both used extensively in the United States, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
Readership Owners/Developers, Architects, Landscape Architects, Contractors, and Construction Managers/Engineers Sam Kubba is the principal partner of The Consultants' Collaborative, a firm noted for its work in sustainable architecture, interior design and project management. Kubba has extensive experience in all types and all aspects of architecture, interior design and construction.
These include hospitality, corporate facilities, retail, renovations, restaurants and high-rise commercial structures. Green Concepts and Vocabulary 1.1 The green building movement today 1.2 Green basics—what makes a building green?
Affiliations and Expertise Principle partner, The Consultants' Collaborative architecture firm, and Owner, Kubba Design View additional works by Sam Kubba Handbook of Green Building Design and Construction, 1st Edition Dedication Foreword Acknowledgments Introduction: The Green Movement—Myths, History, and Overview Green Building: Myths and Realities Green Building and the Green Movement: Its History Green Building: An Overview The U. 1.3 Going green: incentives, barriers, and benefits 1.4 Establishing measurable green criteria 1.5 Emerging directions Chapter 2.
The proper Latin translation of the show title is ‘night terrors’, and one might express a level of disquiet when noting the accompanying stills of the work to be found online, which contain glistening pink, phallus-like objects.
She doesn’t make the overt link herself, but in much of Sukaina Kubba’s work there appears to be at once a femininity and a thrusting sexuality at work.
Another work here appears to feature a pair of pink tights pulled across a shaped casing with a perfectly formed hole ripped in them, while her Glasgow School of Art degree show project last year was entitled ‘La Femme Sombra’ (‘The Female Shadow’) and featured a sub-section entitled ‘Sirens’, which also used tights as a material. ‘I’m working with a variety of unconventional materials in terms of surface and paint,’ she says, ‘such as latex, PVC, polyester, silk and tights, as well as applying varnishes, bleach, and various water-based media.