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In terms of energy efficiency, bioclimatic architecture aims at minimizing the energy consumption of the building and at achieving control of the microclimate of the indoor spaces. The bioclimatic dimension of residential architecture in Cyprus is examined on the basis of residential buildings, designed in the period 1952-1974 by the Cypriot architect Neoptolemos Michaelides. The selected projects are of a high national architectural significance, as they represent in a most distinct way adoi:10.24084/repqj08.211 fatcat:boj4uutti5dt3djwn2hwypfqbi