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Much useful information and pros and cons of different building materials.
This gives you a very comprehensive look at how building a home can be environmentally efficient and cost effective as well as individualized.
She explains her philosophy and principles in this book, with plenty of beautiful (and informative) pictures to illustrate her point.
There are tens of prefab building companies in Australia. I would venture to say perhaps more than any where else on the planet. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michael Ward
Nice photos, great ideas, and good price for a like new book! Very inspiring for modular ways to do green.Published 3 months ago by Karen Degenhart
I enjoyed this book very much. It's beautiful to look at and full of illustrations. Much useful information and pros and cons of different building materials. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Espavia
This gives you a very comprehensive look at how building a home can be environmentally efficient and cost effective as well as individualized.Published 8 months ago by Dian Hanson
after building & owning 3 different homes, this is the wonderful information that would have been so very helpful to me years ago. EXTRAORDINARY is an understatement.... Read morePublished 16 months ago by darlene roush
Wasn't all I thought but has loads of high quality photos of results of pre-fab Green design homes, only recommend for referencePublished 17 months ago by Samuel Merrick
I am interested in the prefab idea. This will work with the shipping container idea I want to begin with. Liked photos of homes.Published 19 months ago by Martha
Anyone looking for presently available "dwell style" housing will enjoy this book. The contacts are well worth the price, despite the "green" reference it has real... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Dr. James Berryhill
I tought it would have more info, at the end is just a catalog of things you can find on the web for freePublished 23 months ago by Rolando Klee