Six new devices have been uploaded to the database, which were collected during our stay in Santiago, Chile, as part of the Thermal Comfort in Public Space for Urban Design project funded by the ClimatAmSud call (French MEAE-CNRS & Chile ANID). These devices represent various approaches that combine urban forms enclosing the space (arcades, walls, courtyards), tree canopies and water to create public spaces that deal with warm summers. Such approaches have been commonly used in different periods in the city of Santiago.

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