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Visit to the urban area
September 20, 2022 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm EESTFree
The European Horizon2020 research project E-DYCE, in collaboration with the Nicosia Municipality, is organizing two (2) guided tours to discover bioclimatic architectural strategies applied to buildings to reduce energy consumption, and to urban space to mitigate the heat island phenomenon.
The second tour planned to last 1 hour approximately, will be guided by Ms. Marina Tymviou architect of the urban redesign project of the commercial triangle Makariou-Stasikratous-Evagorou and by the head of the Nicosia Master Plan office architect Ms. Athina Papadopoulou, who together with Dr. Flourentzos Flourentzou will explain the choice of materials, shading and urban heat reflection strategies, cooling techniques, bioclimatic choice of trees, plants and the logic of their location in the shopping streets . In Eleftherias Square the visitors will understand the efficiency of wet elements, the wind venturi effect, the use of grass, shading, cold materials and feel by themselves the climatic effect of these strategies.
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 893945.