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Façades bioclimatiques Université Bordeaux (c)Antoine Billaud
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Tuesday September 8th, 2015

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COP21 Solution: bioclimatic façades for the University of Bordeaux

The Bouygues Group is gearing up for COP21. In preparation, from now until December the Bouygues Construction blog will be discussing climate solutions aimed at combating climate disruption and its effects. Today, we will look at bioclimatic façades for the University of Bordeaux. The University of Bordeaux project is part of “Operation Campus”. The goal? […]

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