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"World's most sustainable residential tower" proposed for London suburban New Town

Sustainable Land Development and Restoration: Decision Consequence Analysis by Kandi Brown. $42.03

Sustainable Land Development and Restoration: Decision Consequence Analysis by Kandi Brown. $42.03

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Winners of Habitat for Humanity's Sustainable Home Design Competition

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Archizoom No-Stop City “ The plans for Archizoom ’s 1969 No-Stop City were typed out on a typewriter. The plan emerged from limitations of typesetting: leading, tabs, indentation, and spacing.

Works by Elisa Vendramin:

Elisa Vendramin- Barnafoss Illustration commissioned by Civilization Magazine {Copenhagen, December This digital collage is based on the Icelandic folk tale of Barnafoss and features both landscape photography as well as satellite footage.

This book is especially good if one has an interest in architecture...and value theory...and existentialism...ethics...

The Architecture of Happiness

Gallery of EERJ Adaptation of Patio de Armas in El Real de la Jara Castle / Villegas Bueno Arquitectura - 7

Gallery of EERJ Adaptation of Patio de Armas in El Real de la Jara Castle / Villegas Bueno Arquitectura - 7

Architect Ken Yeang of Malaysia, one of the "green architects" created the "bioclimatic skyscraper," a type of high-rise now used in various cities that performs as a passive low-energy building by being designed according to its particular location and the local climate. Yeang also coined the phrase "eco-mimicry" to describe the process of designing buildings to imitate nature. He says, "If you don't imitate nature, you're going against it."

Architect Ken Yeang of Malaysia, one of the "green architects" created the "bioclimatic skyscraper," a type of high-rise now used in various cities that performs as a passive low-energy building by being designed according to its particular location and the local climate. Yeang also coined the phrase "eco-mimicry" to describe the process of designing buildings to imitate nature. He says, "If you don't imitate nature, you're going against it."

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Fusionopolis a future green development in Singapore:

Landscape+Urbanism: Ken Yeang: Veg.itect

Defining the concept of Vegetated Architecture led me to identify some of the key players in the field. Rather than continue the segregation.

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