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Living Homes: Sustainable Architecture and Design

by Suzi Moore McGregor

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0811862852, Paperback)

At a time when sustainable living has never been more popular, we're proud to offer a paperback edition of Living Homes, published ahead of its time as a hardcover in 2001. Hundreds of photographs tour the interiors and gardens of22 admirable homes made with energy efficient means. Expertly written and visually inspiring, this edition includes an introduction by Cradle to Cradle author and leader in green architecture William McDonough and updated resources.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:15:25 -0400)

For those who want a beautiful home that also reflects an environmentally conscious lifestyle, the 22 residences featured in Living Homes prove that it's possible to have the best of both worlds. In this lushly photographed book, authors Suzi Moore McGregor and Nora Burba Trulsson take readers on a visual tour of stunning earthen homes. They explore a rammed earth neighbourhood, a two-story Victorian-style straw bale house, and a recycled concrete coastal retreat, among other alternative living spaces. Meet the architects and owners, read their stories, learn what inspired them, and explore their beautiful gardens and decor. With profiles of adobe, rammed earth, straw bale, and reinvented materials in both their historical and contemporary applications, Living Homes is a visual inspiration and vital guide to sustainable architecture and alternative materials.… (more)

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