The Good Office: Green Design on the Cutting Edge

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Harper Collins, Oct 7, 2008 - Architecture - 228 pages
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In The Good Office, the bridge is gapped between the working world and the environment, offering innovative ideas for sustainable office buildings, with examples from around the world. This book shows how by being respectful to the environment, offices can benefit from increased sunlight, better air quality, and eco-friendly building materials, creating a more positive space for both the environment and the worker.

With beautiful full-color photographs and detailed drawings and plans throughout, The Good Office is a thorough exploration of the innovative work being done by the world's most visionary architects, and reveals that good design and green design are one and the same.


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John Riordan is an architect and writer. His passions for food and design have led him to restaurants worldwide. He lives in Washington D.C., where he subjects his friends and family to culinary designs of his own at home.

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