Handbook of Theory and Practice of Sustainable Development in Higher Education

Botero, Lisa; Eicker, Ursula; Cremers, Jan; Palla, Nansi; Schoch, Christiane; Bossert, Michael: ‘A Real-world Lab Approach to the Carbon Neutral Campus Transition: A Case Study.’, chapter in: W. Leal Filho et al. (eds.), Handbook of Theory and Practice of Sustainable Development in Higher Education – Volume 3, World Sustainability Series, Springer International Publishing AG 2017, pp.73-88

DOI (Chapter): 10.1007/978-3-319-47895-1_5

Building Openings Construction Manual

In September 2016, the new Building Openings Construction Manual has been published by DETAIL:
Cremers, J. (Author and Editor), co-authors are: M. Binder, P. Bonfig, J. Hartwig, W. Jehl, H. Klos, I. Leuschner, U. Sieberath, E. Sohn, T. Stark: Building Openings Construction Manual: Windows, Vents and Exterior Doors, DETAIL, Munich, Germany, 288 p., 9-2016

herein the following chapters:
Cremers, Jan: ‘Openings in buildings’ (A1), p. 8-11
Cremers, Jan: ‘Designing facade openings’ (A3), p. 24-31
Cremers, Jan with ift Rosenheim (Ulrich Sieberath, Ingo Leuschner): ‘Requirements and protective functions – building physics fundamentals’ (B1), p. 50-85
Cremers, Jan: ‘Materials, components, types of construction’ (B2), p. 86-119
Cremers, Jan with ift Rosenheim (Ulrich Sieberath, Wolfgang Jehl, Ingo Leuschner): ‘Building connection and structural context ‘ (B3), p. 120-147
Cremers, Jan; Binder, Markus: ‘Passive solar energy use’ (C1), p. 170-189

ISBN: 978-3-95553-298-7 (Print)
ISBN: 978-3-95553-299-4 (E-Book)
ISBN: 978-3-95553-300-7 (Bundle)

Further information can be found at the webpage of the publisher.

Lightweight Landscape: Enhancing Design through Minimal Mass Structures

Cremers, J.: ‘High Performance Lightweight Building Envelopes Made of Foils and Textiles’, Chapter 4, pp. 39-48
and
Cremers, J.: ‘Small Plus-Energy Buildings, Innovative Technologies – The Prototype-Building home+ of HFT Stuttgart’, Chapter 5, pp. 49-59
in
‘Lightweight Landscape: Enhancing Design through Minimal Mass Structures’ (SpringerBriefs in Applied Sciences and Technology) by Alessandra Zanelli (Editor), Luigi Spinelli (Editor), Carol Monticelli (Editor), Paolo Pedrali (Editor) – November 2, 2015 ISBN 978-3-319-21664-5

 

Atlas Gebäudeöffnungen

In June 2015, the new Construction Manual “Atlas Gebäudeöffnungen (Fenster, Lüftungselemente, Außentüren)” has been published by DETAIL:

Cremers, J. (Author and Editor), co-authors are: M. Binder, P. Bonfig, J. Hartwig, W. Jehl, H. Klos, I. Leuschner, U. Sieberath, E. Sohn, T. Stark: “Atlas Gebäudeöffnungen (Fenster, Lüftungselemente, Außentüren)”, DETAIL, Munich, Germany, 288 p., 5-2015

herein the following chapters:
Cremers, Jan: ‘Öffnungen im Haus’ (A1), pp. 8-11
Cremers, Jan: ‘Die gestalterische Wirkung von Öffnungen in der Fassade’ (A3), pp. 24-31
Cremers, Jan mit ift Rosenheim (Ulrich Sieberath, Ingo Leuschner): ‘Anforderungen und Schutzfunktionen – Bauphysikalische Grundlagen’ (B1), pp. 50-85
Cremers, Jan: ‘Werkstoffe und Komponenten, Konstruktionsarten’ (B2), pp. 86-119
Cremers, Jan mit ift Rosenheim (Ulrich Sieberath, Wolfgang Jehl, Ingo Leuschner): ‘Baukörperanschluss und baulicher Kontext’ (B3), pp. 120-147
Cremers, Jan; Binder, Markus: ‘Passive Solarenergienutzung’ (C1), pp. 170-189

ISBN: 978-3-95553-229-1 (Print)
ISBN: 978-3-95553-230-7 (E-Book)
ISBN: 978-3-95553-231-4 (Bundle)

Further information can be found at the  webpage of the publisher.