Green Walls in High-Rise Buildings


  • By Payam Bahrami (Author) Antony Wood (Author) Irina Susorova   (Author)
  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Images Publishing Group Pvt Ltd (1 October 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1864705930
  • ISBN-13: 978-1864705935
  • Product Dimensions: 22.4 x 1.9 x 27.1 cm

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This technical guide offers an extensive overview of the use of vertical vegetation in high-rise buildings, an indepth analysis of green walls, definitions and typology, including standards, policies and incentives. The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat has produced four Technical Guides to date, since the series launched in late 2012. Each of these guides is the product of a CTBUH Working Group committees formed specifically to address focused topical subjects in the industry. The intention of each guide is the same to provide working knowledge to the typical building owner or professional who wants a better understanding of available options for improving tall buildings, and what affects their design. The object of the series is to provide a tool-kit for the creation of better-performing tall buildings, and to spread the understanding of the considerations that need to be made in designing tall. The CTBUH is the world’s leading resource for professionals focused on the design, construction, and operation of tall buildings and future cities. A not-for-profit organisation based at the Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, the group facilitates the exchange of the latest knowledge available on tall buildings around the world. AUTHOR: Antony Wood has been Executive Director of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat since 2006. He is chair of the CTBUH Tall Buildings and Sustainability Working Group. SELLING POINTS: – An output by the CTBUH, the world’s leading resource for professionals focused on the design and construction of tall buildings and future cities – A technical guide offering comprehensive case studies from around the globe (including experimental-based studies, simulation-based studies and a CTBUH study on energy savings), climate data, information on structural support systems and plant selections – Richly illustrated text, with detailed statistical infographics and full-colour images 220 col