The Four Elements of a Leak
A building leak has four components, and there is no leak, properly understood, without all four: (1) a source of water; (2) a pathway for that water to travel from where it is to someplace we do not want it to be; (3) a driving force to push water along that pathway; and (4) something that can be damaged as a result. Thinking about leaks in this way helps us to understand important missed opportunities in architecture when it comes to controlling water in buildings.
Course Instructor Christine Williamson
Course Length 14:40
AIA Credits 0.25 LU|HSW
Published 15 Apr 2022
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