Books and Publications by Lisa Heschong
An outgrowth of the Window Comfort conference, this compilation of 34 scholarly essays from experts around the world addresses the challenges of resilient thermal comfort in the face of coming climate change. Chapter 3: Why occupants need a role in building operation: A framework for resilient design by Lisa Heschong and Julia Day
Edited by Fergus Nicol, Hom Bahadur Rijal, Susan Roaf
April 19, 2022
Places to Work Creatively
Edited By Derek Clements-Croome
2nd Edition, London, 2006. Taylor & Francis
A new edition of a classic title, featuring updated and additional material to reflect today’s competitive work environments, contributed by a team of international experts. Essential for anyone involved in the design, management and use of work places, this is a critical multidisciplinary review of the factors affecting productivity, as well a practical solutions manual for common problems and issues.
The Urban Microclimate as Artifact
Towards an Architectural Theory of Thermal Diversity
Edited by Sascha Roesler, Madlen Kobi
Birkhauser, Basel, Switzerland, 2018
Nine scholarly essays discuss the past, present and future of microclimatic design on the urban scale. The places investigated are located in France, Italy, the USA, New Zealand, the Philippines, Taiwan, and Burkina Faso.
Chapter 2: Between Laboratory and Sea Ranch. Architecture and the Notion of Microclimate. Lisa Heschong in conversation with Sascha Roesler.
Second Edition 2000
Third Edition 2007
Residential Windows: A Guide to New Technologies and Energy Performance
John Carmody, Stephen Selkowitz, Dariush Arasteh, Lisa Heschong
Norton, First Edition 1999, Second Edition 2000, Third Edition 2007
The third edition of Residential Windows provides updated and expanded information on window properties and technologies, as well as new sections on such key topics as window installation, energy efficiency, and building codes.
For this latest edition, all of the energy performance data have been revised, based on the latest simulation techniques and industry-accepted assumptions. Residential Windows provides an overview of new window products for consumers, designers, and builders, as well as regulators, standards developers, utilities, and the researchers, manufacturers, and suppliers in the window industry itself.