T. Russell Gentry is an Associate Professor in the School of Architecture at the Georgia Institute of Technology and a registered professional engineer. His research focuses on the development and performance assessment of building materials and systems, on the environmental impact of buildings, and on the representation of design and fabrication knowledge in computational environments. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Brian Edwards is Emeritus Professor of Architecture at ECA, part of Edinburgh University, and was Associate Professor of Sustainable Architecture at the Royal Danish Academy of Architecture, Design and Conservation from 2008 to 2011. An architect by training, he has worked for various architectural practices in the UK and Canada, including RMJM. His Ph.D. is from the Mackintosh School of Architecture and he has an MSc in Environmental Conservation from Heriot-Watt University. Professor Edwards is the author of twenty books and many journal articles on topics from building types, urbanism and sustainable design. He was awarded the CIOB Gold Medal in 2001 for his co-authored book ‘Sustainable Housing’. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Emanuele Naboni is Associate Professor of Architecture at the Royal Danish Academy of Architecture, Design and Conservation specializing in sustainable design and the theory and practice of environmental modelling. He trained as an architect at Milan Polytechnic where he obtained his Ph.D. He has been a researcher at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and worked for a time on green projects in SOM’s office in San Francisco. He is a LEED Accredited Professional. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
...This entrance hall to a sustainable house in Holland does not instantly disclose its sustainability credentials, but it is both stylish and contemporary (see also the case study on page 174).Sustainability is a term that most of us have...
Jeffrey R. is a faculty member in the John and Willie Leone Family Department of Energy & Mineral Engineering, College of Earth & Mineral Sciences, at the Pennsylvania State University. He served as the Director of the Natural Fusion team at Penn State for the Solar Decathlon 2009. His research team achieves a unique integration of disciplines: materials research, integrative solar system design, and energy systems simulations for analysis of new technologies. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Jerry Yudelson is principal of Yudelson Associates, a sustainable design, research and consulting firm located in Tucson, Arizona, www.greenbuildconsult.com and cofounder of the largest green building trade show in the US, Greenbuild. The U.S. Green Building Council named him in 2011 to the inaugural class of 34 LEED Fellows, a singular honor. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Ulf Meyer has taught in the U.S. at Kansas State University and the University of Nebraska, where he held the Hyde Chair of Excellence in 2010-2011. He is a partner at Ingenhoven Architects in Düsseldorf, Germany, considered one of the pioneers of sustainable architecture in Europe. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
David Rockwood is Associate Professor; Director, Construction Process Innovation Lab; and Co-Director, Urbanism Research Lab at the University of Hawai῾i at Mānoa, USA, School of Architecture. Rockwood’s research focuses on material, structure, and construction processes for high performance buildings. He was named a Fulbright Specialist in 2014. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Paul Appleby is a freelance consultant having recently retired from his role as Director of Building Sustainability at the URS Corporation Ltd. With a 40-year career in consultancy, academia and research, having numerous publications to his name, Paul has worked with some of the world's leading architects and developers and recently appeared in a Property Week list of 'Green Heroes' of the construction industry. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.