Green architecture: design for a sustainable future

This book provides a balanced international overview of the way forward, showing how choice of materials and construction processes, response to landscape and climate, and - not to be forgotten - the involvement of users, can together solve environmental problems and produce a diverse architecture to suit human and regional needs. The authors examine a large number of case studies, ranging from underground houses in New Hampshire to a medical centre in Sheffield, illustrating an accessible text with a varied selection of photographs, diagrams and plans.

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