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    Four section diagrams illustrating several of the intended functions of the proposed second skin for the University of Technology Tower. Image does not appear in book.
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    Detail wall-section drawings of the University of Technology Tower, showing the building envelope before and after the retrofit. Image does not appear in book.
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    Exploded axonometric diagram of 355 11th Street, San Francisco. The renovated building was previously named one of the AIA/COTE Top Ten Green Projects for 2010. Image does not appear in book.
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    During the summer (top image), the cavity between the old and new skins of the Sparkasse Vorderpfalz building serves as a solar chimney, while during winter (bottom image), it serves as a solar collector. Image does not appear in book.
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    Wall section detail drawings of the Sparkasse Vorderpfalz headquarters, showing the building envelope before (left) and after (right) its facade retrofit. Image does not appear in book.
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    The Evergreen Brick Works project in Toronto, Canada, was a finalist in the 2010 Zerofootprint Re-Skinning Awards. With a design team led by du Toit Allsopp Hillier, the multibuilding adaptive reuse project includes energy-efficiency improvements such as insulated brick walls, double-glazing with thermally broken aluminum window frames, and vegetated walls.
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