bioclimatic


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bi·o·cli·ma·tol·o·gy

 (bī′ō-klī′mə-tŏl′ə-jē)
n.
The study of the effects of climatic conditions on living organisms.

bi′o·cli·mat′ic (-klī-măt′ĭk) adj.
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bioclimatic

(ˌbaɪəʊklaɪˈmætɪk)
adj
concerning the relations between climate and living organisms
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Adj.1.bioclimatic - of or concerned with the relations of climate and living organisms
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Meanwhile, IDOM's prize-winning Alioune Diop University Teaching and Research Unit is a lecture building in Bambey, Senegal, where a scarcity of resources led to the use of bioclimatic strategies, includes a large double-roof canopy and latticework that avoids solar radiation but allows air to flow through it.
The project is located in Bambey, Senegal where a scarcity of resources led to the use of bioclimatic strategies, including a large double roof canopy and latticework that avoids direct solar radiation but allows air to flow through it.
Alioune Diop University Teaching and Research Unit (Senegal), in Bambey, where a scarcity of resources led to the use of bioclimatic strategies, including a large double roof canopy and latticework that avoids direct solar radiation but allows air to flow through it.
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The development will use a host of SMART technologies, including bioclimatic architecture, eco-friendly construction, alternate green energy provision, automated building management systems, waste treatment and other environment friendly features which will help minimize overall carbon footprint of the development, ensuring longer term sustainability and providing a clean, green environment to its inhabitants and surroundings.
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The development of a bioclimatic environment, seeking to create a refuge among the urban chaos, that invites the guest into a return to nature, increasing their well-being.
Alioune Diop University Lecture Building in Bambey, where a scarcity of resources led to the use of bioclimatic strategies: a large double roof canopy and latticework that avoids direct solar radiation but allows air to flow through it.
The conference aimed to present leading research on the topics of advanced building and bioclimatic designs for attaining occupant comfort and good environmental quality, addressing systems and technologies adapted to the MENA region in moderate as well as hot and humid climates.
Bioclimatic architecture, green and even living buildings have contributed to reducing carbon footprint and have likewise contributed to how our living spaces can 'breathe' better.