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Title: Inspired Conservation
Author: Kirscht, Nicholas
Abstract: This thesis aims to achieve higher levels of building performance by instilling a consciousness toward energy conservation in inhabitants of a built construct. A variety of methods for harnessing, storing, and using energy are available today; however, because conventional energy is non-renewable and harmful to the environment, architects must continually explore renewable energy and integrate appropriate passive/active strategies in early stages of design to lessen the dependency and use of these resources. In response, this proposal for a mixed-use building will become an expression of energy conservation while serving as an extension of St. Paul’s transportation and energy infrastructure, and preserving the city’s historical significance.
Date: 2012-05
Subject: Mixed-use developments.
Buildings -- Energy conservation.
Buildings -- Performance.
Architecture and energy conservation.
Saint Paul (Minn.)
Minnesota.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/19960

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