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Las Nuevas Consejerías de Mérida (edition 2014)

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Title:Las Nuevas Consejerías de Mérida
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Descripción del proceso constructivo del edificio sede de las Nuevas Consejerías de la ciudad de Mérida, realizado en el marco del Proyecto de Interés Regional Mérida III Milenio. Se presenta como modelo de construcción basada en las premisas de la arquitectura bioclimática, detallando las soluciones específicas destinadas al ahorro energético y al uso de energías renovables.
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