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The Green House: New Directions in Sustainable Architecture Hardcover – June 1, 2005
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"A book for the environmentally and aesthetically conscious...this book is as poignant as it is refreshing." -- Loft Magazine, September 2005
"THE GREEN HOUSE will serve as a handsome resource guide and inspiration for designers and their clients." -- Architectural Record, September 2005
...demonstrate(s) quite vividly that environmental responsibility and dazzling design are no longer mutually exclusive. -- Town & Country, January 2006
A rich coffee table prize as well as a reference in finding visual devices to emulate... -- My House In The Mountain States, December 2005
A well-designed book about well-designed homes! I learned so much about the different kinds of earth-friendly buildings... -- Domino, March 2007
Crisp photos, illustrations, detailed write-ups of each project, ... a handsome resource guide and inspiration for designers and their clients. -- Architectural Record, 10/21/2005
The emergence of a new architecture -- both aesthetically pleasing and environmentally conscious. -- Metropolis, July 2005
With colorful images, plans, drawings and texts describing the houses' "green" factor... as poignant as it is refreshing. -- Loft, September 2005
About the Author
Alanna Stang is Executive Editor of ID Magazine.
Christopher Hawthorne is architecture critic for Slate and a frequent contributor to the New York Times.
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Unfortunately, I wanted a book on green homes built by average people, not multi-million dollar projects. Thus, I returned the book and ordered "Good Green Homes" instead.