The Greening of Architecture

The Greening of Architecture

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This accessible and engaging text is the first to offer a comprehensive critical history and analysis of the greening of architecture through accumulative reduction of negative environmental effects caused by buildings, urban designs and settlements. Describing the progressive development of green architecture from 1960 to 2010, it illustrates how it is ever evolving and ameliorated through alterations in form, technology, materials and use and it examines different places worldwide that represent a diversity of cultural and climatic contexts.Phillip James Tabb, PhD, is Professor of Architecture at Texas Aaamp;M university and is the Liz and nelson Mitchell Professor of residential Design. he served as head of the Department from 2001 to 2005, and was Director of the School ofanbsp;...

Title:The Greening of Architecture
Author: Dr A Senem Deviren, Dr Phillip James Tabb
Publisher:Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2014-01-24

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