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Design of Seaside Buildings in China

  • Marco Sala
  • Antonella TrombadoreEmail author
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Part of the Innovative Renewable Energy book series (INREE)

Abstract

Only in recent time, China discovered the great potential of coastal cities as tourist attraction, both from inland and from abroad. The projects are examples of a study of Green Eco Solar Buildings and Seaside Building Project, developed within the ABITA Research Centre of the University of Florence, for this area, developed together with the De Feng Lida Group from Beijing, trying to harmonize traditional Chinese approach with sustainable technologies and renewable energy integration in building. The energy efficiency standards applied in all the Green Eco Solar Buildings will make it possible to realize nearly zero-energy building performance.

Keywords

Sustainable tourism Sustainable architecture Green building Renewable energy  Eco technologies 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.ABITA Interuniversity Research CentreUniversity of FlorenceFlorenceItaly
  2. 2.Department of Architecture - Environmental Design and TechnologyUniversity of FlorenceFirenzeItaly

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