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The recent influx of glazing materials being used as curtain walls in Ghana has resulted in the increase use of energy to provide thermally comfortable interior spaces for occupant comfort. The "glass box" phenomenon in Ghana has arisen due to contemporary architecture. The climate of Ghana (warm humid) makes it almost impossible for these multi-storey glass boxes to be ventilated naturally throughout the year. The current study was aimed at finding means of significantly reducing the coolingdoi:10.18535/ijecs/v4i12.31 fatcat:qtw2s5iewjekxc2qm4nby42j5m