The first survey on the interdisciplinary biodesign genius of Neri Oxman, pioneer of material ecology
Are you craving a landscape that truly represents you and bridges your connection to nature? Are you overwhelmed with how to get there? Confused by all the gardening "how-to" books that don't seem to fit your style? Frustrated by projects not going as you thought?
In light of the current political crisis around climate change, what can architecture possibly contribute towards a new planetary imaginary of our contemporary environment beyond environmentalism and technological determinism? Architecture as Measure is an elaboration on this question, and on the disciplinary and cultural potentials of such a provocation.
How to live a more sustainable life and create a calmer, healthier, eco-friendly home without using plastics.
Making small lifestyle changes can make a big difference to our planet. Sustain is full of advice and information to help you take a more eco-friendly path.
For those who crave the tranquility of nature, fifty houses selected from around the world with the most ecologically sustainable and innovative breakthroughs in architecture and design.
For almost ten thousand years, unbaked earth has been used to build remarkable structures, from simple dwellings to palaces, temples, and fortresses both grand and durable. Jean Dethier spent fifty years researching this landmark global survey, which spans five continents and 250 sites.
Trailblazing greenway projects from vision to reality In this eye-opening journey through some of America's most innovative landscape architecture projects, Charles Flink shows why we urgently need greenways.
A revolutionary guide to designing humane, eco-conscious homes, buildings, and cities of the future.
A reinvigoration of an architectural classic. Added projects provide insight into the ever-developing world of container architecture. An expanded reprint of a beloved tome, this book presents a wide range of projects in container architecture—a contemporary architectural phenomenon. In addition to previously released projects, nearly twenty new examples await to inspire and to engage.
Following the huge demand in contemporary societies to decorate homes in a "green" style, this book offers a more environmentally conscious approach to design and production processes by presenting a wide range of eco furniture products made with natural materials as well as using recycling and more environment respecting technologies.
A celebration of the uniquely vibrant rustic and modern architecture and interiors of the winemaking regions of Northern California and the Pacific Northwest.