Edwin Zea Escamilla
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Indicator based sustainability assessment tool for affordable housing construction technologies
H Wallbaum, Y Ostermeyer, C Salzer, E Zea Escamilla
Ecological Indicators 18, 353-364, 2012
Environmental impacts of bamboo-based construction materials representing global production diversity
E Zea Escamilla, G Habert
Journal of cleaner production 69, 117-127, 2014
Global or local construction materials for post-disaster reconstruction? Sustainability assessment of twenty post-disaster shelter designs
E Zea Escamilla, G Habert
Building and Environment 92, 692-702, 2015
Global or local construction materials for post-disaster reconstruction? Sustainability assessment of 20 post-disaster shelter designs
E Zea Escamilla, G Habert
Data in brief 4, 308-314, 2015
Bamboo reinforced concrete: a critical review
H Archila, S Kaminski, D Trujillo, E Zea Escamilla, KA Harries
Materials and Structures 51 (4), 102, 2018
Industrial or Traditional Bamboo Construction? Comparative Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of Bamboo-Based Buildings
E Zea Escamilla, G Habert, JF Correal Daza, HF Archilla, ...
Sustainability 10 (9), 3096, 2018
When CO2 counts: Sustainability assessment of industrialized bamboo as an alternative for social housing programs in the Philippines
E Zea Escamilla, E. Habert, G. Wohlmuth
Building and Environment 103, 44-53, 2016
Comparative assessment for biogenic carbon accounting methods in carbon footprint of products: a review study for construction materials based on forest products
LGF Tellnes, C Ganne-Chedeville, A Dias, F Dolezal, C Hill, ...
iforest 10, 815-823, 2017
Method and application of characterisation of life cycle impact data of construction materials using geographic information systems
E Zea Escamilla, G Habert
The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 1-10, 2016
Environmental savings potential from the use of bahareque (mortar cement plastered bamboo) in Switzerland
E Zea Escamilla, G Habert, LF Lopez Muñoz
Key Engineering Materials 600, 21-33, 2014
A matter of speed: The impact of material choice in post-disaster reconstruction
G Celentano, EZ Escamilla, V Göswein, G Habert
International journal of disaster risk reduction 34, 34-44, 2019
Environmental savings from the use of vegetable fibres as concrete reinforcement
E Zea Escamilla, H Wallbaum
6th International Structural Engineering and Construction Conference 201 (1), 2011
Regionalizing the environmental impact of bamboo-based buildings by integrating life cycle assessment with geographic information systems. A comparative case study in Colombia
E Zea Escamilla, G Habert
10th World Bamboo Congress, Korea, 2015
Environmental impacts from the production of bamboo based construction materials representing the global production diversity
E Zea Escamilla, G Habert
J Clean Prod 66, 117-127, 2013
Optimization of bamboo based post disaster housing units for tropical and subtropical regions through the use of life cycle assessment methodologies
EZ Escamilla, G Habert, LL Muñoz
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology ETH Zürich, Zürich, 2014
Sustainable post-disaster reconstruction in remote areas. A selection method for appropriate constructive techniques.
G Celentano, V Göswein, E Zea Escamilla, G Habert
EcoMateriales 5 International Conference, 2016
Bamboo: An Engineered Alternative for Buildings in the Global South
E Zea Escamilla, H Archilla, DA Nuramo, D Trujillo
Bioclimatic Architecture in Warm Climates, 397-414, 2019
Speeding up post-disaster reconstruction: material choice or roof design?
G Celentano, E Zea Escamilla, V Göswein, G Habert
Non-Conventional Materials and Technologies–NOCMAT for the XXI Century …, 2018
Re-thinking material selection for large scale post-disaster reconstruction
G Celentano, V Hischier, G Habert, E Zea Escamilla, V Göswein
No Cost Housing Conference, 2016
Development of simplified life cycle assessment methodology for construction materials and buildings outside of the European context through the use of geographic information …
E Zea Escamilla
ETH Zurich, 2015
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