Docomomo Preservation Technology Dossier 9: Climate and Building Physics in the Modern Movement
Author: Klaus Graupner, Jos Tomlow, Ola Wedebrunn, ed.al.
Publisher: DOCOMOMO International (2006)
Dimensions (length x width x height): 21 cm × 1 cm × 30 cm
Docomomo Preservation Technology Dossier 9: Climate and Building Physics in the Modern Movement (September 2006), 110 p.
Introduction: — Preface by Jos Tomlow & Ola Wedebrunn — Building Sciences as Reflected in Modern Movement Literature by Jos Tomlow
Articles: — The Unbearable Lightness of Building: The ‘Functionality Differentiated Outer Wall’ and the Preservation of Modern Movement Buildings by Wessel de Jonge — Hans Scharoun’s Schminke House in Löbau (Saxony): Building Science Aspects, Heating and Ventilation Concepts by Klaus Graupner — First Steps in Establishing the Discipline of Building Science: The Research Institute of Heat Insulation in Munich by Roland Gellert & Horst Zehendner — Syzmon Sykrus, CIAM Representative of Poland and Pioneer in Integrating Building Science in Modern Movement Architecture by Jadwiga Urbanik — The Modern Movement and the Flat Roof Discussion by Anke Zalivako — Thermal Strategies: Towards a Modern Insulation by Torben Dahl — Severe Climate as a Condition: The Construction of Modern Movement Buildings in Siberia by Ivan Nevzgodin — Aspects of the Tropical Climate Adaptation in Brazilian Modern Movement Architecture by Griselda Pinheiro Klüppel — Modern Movement Architecture and Heating Innovations in France 1900–39 by Emmanuelle Gallo — Air Conditioning and Installations in the Capitol Building in Madrid by César Martín Gómez