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Sustainable Residential Architecture

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Sustainability, by no means a passing trend, is the necessary direction that architecture will have to take in the near future. Driven by necessity, as wel as by a progressive and daring spirit, many architects are branching out into new, uncharted direction in designing efficient, autonomous energy system or in taking advantage of the properties in high tech materials suc ...more
Hardcover, 240 pages
Published 2008 by Page One Publishing Pte Ltd
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Jun 01, 2009 indri rated it really liked it
This books shows us some design of building that efficient, save energy, more glasses to receive light, more windows to flow the air.
Also it shows many site, like forest, dessert, savanna, water.
My favorite is Loblolly house, by Kieran timberlake. a house in a pine forest, with glass windows and cute wood panel.
Factor 10 house, green roof, solar chimney, bottle wall, natural ventilation.
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