List of pioneering solar buildings

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The following buildings have been recognized as being of international significance in pioneering the use of modern engineered solar building design:

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  2. ^ a b c d e Butti, Ken; Perlin, John (1981). A Golden Thread (2500 Years of Solar Architecture and Technology). Van Nostrand Reinhold. ISBN 0-442-24005-8. 
  3. ^ Department of Energy, Milestone Buildings of the 20th Century 
  4. ^ Boyce, Robert (1993). Keck & Keck: The Poetics of Comfort. Princeton, NJ: Princeton Architectural Press. ISBN 1-878271-17-2. 
  5. ^ Jacobs, Herbert Austin; Katherine Jacobs (1978). Building with Frank Lloyd Wright: an illustrated memoir. SIU Press. 
  6. ^ Taylor, Carol (2008-08-10). "Taylor: Nation's first solar-heated home was in Boulder". The Daily Camera. Retrieved 2009-11-04. 
  7. ^ a b Denzer, Anthony; Novikova-Kinney, Polina, "Arthur T. Brown: Pioneer of Passive Solar Architecture", 2010 ASES National Solar Conference 
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Solar Energy Applications in Houses, F Jäger, Pergamon Press, ISBN 0-08-027573-7
  9. ^ Henry P. Glass and World War II, MIT Design Issues: Volume 22, Number 4 Autumn 2006
  10. ^ Interiors, August 1950
  11. ^ First Commercial Solar Building Marks 50th Anniversary 
  12. ^ McVeigh, J.C. (1976). "Developments in solar energy utilisation in the United Kingdom". Solar Energy 18 (5): 381–385. doi:10.1016/0038-092x(76)90002-5. 
  13. ^ Fleming, Roscoe (27 September 1957). "Solar House In Colorado Cost $40,000". Christian Science Monitor. p. 15. 
  14. ^ Mother Earth News (November–December 1979), Harry Thomason - Solar Energy (Plowboy Interview) 
  15. ^ Porteous, Colin; Kerr MacGregor (2005). Solar architecture in cool climates. Earthscan. pp. 88–89. 
  16. ^ Mother Earth News (July–August 1973), Steve and Holly Baer: Dome Home Enthusiasts (Plowboy Interview) 
  17. ^ "He warms his house with barrels of heat". Popular Science. Oct 1973. 
  18. ^ Mother Earth News (September–October 1976), Harold R. Hay: Solar Pioneer (Plowboy Interview) 
  19. ^ Marlatt, et al. (1984), Roof Pond Systems: DOE Technical Report [dead link]
  20. ^ "Zero Energy Design ABUNDANT ENERGY In Harmony With Nature". Retrieved 2010-11-26. 
  21. ^ Shurcliff, William A. (1982). Saunders Shrewsbury House. (self-published). 
  22. ^ Passivhaus Institut 
  23. ^ a b Rolf Disch Solar Architecture - Architect's website
  24. ^ World Architecture Awards - Arup’s education project is a triple award winner