In Green Living: Architecture and Planning, recently published by Rizzoli, 12 experts in green architecture and urbanism—including School of Architecture professor David Mayernik and professor emeritus Norman Crowe—argue that tradition and the vernacular have much to teach us about sustainability, and can serve as the base from which to ...
Green living : architecture and planning. A collection of essays in which twelve experts in green architecture and urbanism share their thoughts on the clash between perceptions of sustainable housing and the desire for traditional homes and offices, and possible solutions to the problem.--.
18 de mai. de 2010 · Beginning with a survey of evolving strategies to step more lightly on the earth, like "graywater" recovery, green roofs, contextual design, and human-scale architecture, the book features essays by such noted experts as Andres Duany, Victor Deupi, Bruce King, Stephen A. Mouzon, and Norman Crowe.
Green living : architecture and planning Author: Prince's Foundation for the Built Environment Summary: A collection of essays in which twelve experts in green architecture and urbanism share their thoughts on the clash between perceptions of sustainable housing and the desire for traditional homes and offices, and possible solutions to the problem
22 de jul. de 2016 · This is an illuminating collection. Readers of Green Living will come away with a keen sense of how traditional architecture, with a degree of innovation, can deliver energy and environmental benefits — without sacrificing other things that matter.
6 de jan. de 2016 · open access Abstract In recent years, sustainability concept has become the common interest of numerous disciplines. The reason for this popularity is to perform the sustainable development.