Anthony Nolan is an acknowledged industry leader in integrating environmental sustainability and architecture. His background as an architect (he is a director at Kennedy Associates Architects) also overlapped with being initally a NatHERS and then an AccuRate Assessor. He has also been a member of the ABSA Board.
He was motivated to prepare this course because he consistently observed that architecturally designed buildings performed poorly when rated by thermal modeling tools.
Learn more about using glass in architecture by taking this course from Pointsbuild.
Upon completion of this course, you will earn 1 point toward your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) training.
- Describe the impact that decisions about glazing and framing options will have on the thermal performance of residential buildings
- Outline key technical terminology describing the performance of window units
- Describe the key glazing and framing options available to practitioners in selecting window units