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An Environmental review of wineries over the last centuries : from vernacular to high tech

Author
Ganem, C.; Coch, H.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
PLEA2012 - 28th Conference, Opportunities, Limits & Needs Towards an environmentally responsible architecture
Date of publication
2012
Presentation's date
2012-11-07
Book of congress proceedings
PLEA2012 - 28th Conference, Opportunities, Limits & Needs Towards an environmentally responsible architecture
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/22818 Open in new window
URL
http://www.plea2012.pe/proceedings.php Open in new window
Abstract
From Egyptians and Phoenicians to our times, the process of making wine and wineries have gone a long way. Primitive wineries were caves found or made in the compact solid ground or special rooms constructed with high inertia materials such as rocks or earth blocks. These type of construction, with design variations, lasted until industrial revolution when new materials, mainly steel and glass sheets, were available for construction promoting bigger, faster and cheaper possibilities for industri...
Citation
Ganem, C.; Coch, H. An Environmental review of wineries over the last centuries : from vernacular to high tech. A: International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture. "PLEA2012 - 28th Conference, Opportunities, Limits & Needs Towards an environmentally responsible architecture". Lima: 2012.
Keywords
Envelope, New skins, Traditional skins, Wineries
Group of research
AIEM - Architecture, energy and environment

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