EcoDesign: The Sourcebook

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Chronicle Books, Apr 6, 2006 - Nature - 352 pages
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For the growing number of people looking to embrace an eco-friendly lifestyle without sacrificing high style, ecoDesignnow fully revised and updatedis the ultimate one-stop shopping resource. The latest edition of this definitive sourcebook includes up-to-the-minute listings for more than seven hundred consumer productsfrom clothing to kitchenware, electronics to furniturethat have a minimal impact on the earth while remaining useful and beautiful. This remarkable compendium also directs readers to little known gems and handcrafted objects from artisanal studios. Detailed, illustrated entries describe the products, while an extensive reference section defines new and hybrid materials and provides information on manufacturers, design studios, and green organizations. ecoDesign remains the total resource guide for the new generation of contemporary design.

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User Review  - Chris - Goodreads

This is a collection of bad concept designs that incorporate some recycled shit as an afterthought. Neither the editor nor the designers featured in this book show any understanding of basic ... Read full review

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Super cute but very outdated. Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Alastair Fuad-Luke is a visiting lecturer at Cranfield University, UK, and is a consultant to numerous international companies on ecological issues.

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