Harnessing daylight potentials as a tool for visual and thermal comfort in residential buildings
Tukur, Rukayyatu Bashiru (2013) Harnessing daylight potentials as a tool for visual and thermal comfort in residential buildings. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
Architects have a responsibility to understand clearly, and sensibly plan housing units and ultimately the cities so as to achieve a sustainable whole. By so doing, these professionals cannot afford to neglect any aspect of the housing envelope, nor consider it in part or as a whole as un-important. It is for this purpose, that we look at the aspects of harnessing daylight through a variety of systems and methods so as to make best use of this free and in-exhaustible commodity for both visual and thermal comfort.
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