On net-zero projects, Building Teams will be held accountable for energy-efficiency performance
Designers working on net-zero buildings will utilize a whole new and varied set of tools to access building design, says Robert L. Price, an architect and interior designer based in Shanghai, China. The building team will be held accountable for how buildings perform two, five, and maybe ten years after completion, Price says.
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