Multi-skin façade systems research in Melbourne

Date: 1 December 2011
Source: http://www.architectureanddesign.com.au
Researchers in Melbourne have begun a project aimed at improving energy efficiency in multi-skin façade systems as well as achieving better wind, fire, blast and impact resistance.

Modern buildings are characterised by the use of glazed Multi-Skin Façade (MSF) that are aesthetically appealing, according to the researchers in the School of Engineering, University of Melbourne. They point to the example of the re-development of the former CUB site, Swanston Street Melbourne.

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