Architecture in a Climate of Change: A Guide to Sustainable Design

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Elsevier/Architectural Press, 2005 - Architecture - 278 pages
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Revised to incorporate and reflect changes and advances since it was first published the new edition of Architecture in a Climate of Change provides the latest basic principals of sustainability and the future of sustainable technology.

Including new material on wind generation, domestic water conservation, solar thermal electricity as well as international case studies Architecture in a Climate of Change encourages readers to consider new approaches to building making minimum demand on fossil based energy.

1. Offers an insight into the relationship between the physical and cultural context of architecture
2. Discusses the principles of sustainability and the future of its technology
3. Case studies show the global relevance of the topic

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Special Professor in Sustainable Energy, University of Nottingham. Emeritus Professor of Architecture, Leeds Metropolitan University. Director of the Pilkington Energy Efficiency Trust. Former Vice President of the RIBA for Sustainable Development and chairman of its Sustainable Futures Committee

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