School Seminar — Christina Eisenbarth 

Civil Engineering Conference Room Room 438, Civil Engineering Building, J05, The University of Sydney, NSW

HydroSKIN: Research on Climate-adaptive Building Skins HydroSKIN represents a revolutionary façade element for rainwater retention and evaporative cooling. The lightweight textile building skin collects the wind-driven rainwater hitting the façade, and releases water in heat periods to cool the interior and exterior environment by evaporation. The aim is a drastic reduction of urban inundation and ...

School Seminar — Doris Ayala

Civil Engineering Conference Room Room 438, Civil Engineering Building, J05, The University of Sydney, NSW