Item 2018-10-19/469 - Some Bioclimatic Issues in the Design of Ocean Front Communities: The Example of “Old” Miami Beach, Florida, USA

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Some Bioclimatic Issues in the Design of Ocean Front Communities: The Example of “Old” Miami Beach, Florida, USA

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  • 1983 (Publication)

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Aristides j. Millas, a registered architect since 1962, holds degrees in Architecture and Urban Design from Carnegie Mellon and Harvard Universities. He taught architectural design, historic preservation, and history at the University of Miami School of Architecture for over forty years until his retirement in 2015. His expertise in historic preservation of architecturally significant South Florida buildings, his research on elderly populations in Miami Beach, and his diverse research library collection of books, journals, reports, and ephemera form a significant contribution to a variety of scholarly Florida-related topics as well as Byzantine and Classical Greek and Roman architecture and art history.

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Platting -- typology -- courtyard -- breezeway -- shade -- socialization

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