Monday, May 12, 2014 - 19:00 to 23:00
Speaking Engagement Thought Leadership
Dallas Center for Architecture
A building's skin is a critical interface between occupant comfort and the variations of season and climate. A high performance building requires a high performance envelope, tuned to the site conditions that can control for unwanted heat gain and loss. This session explores the design and technology approaches to wall and window assemblies, from low cost methods to minimize thermal bridging to advanced double skinned wall approaches, as well as addressing the need to address moisture issues in concert with insulations approaches.