In issue 10 of Habitus magazine we look at Sustainable Living and Choice in our Montage section, with reviews of The Sustainable Home by Cathy Strongman and 100 New Eco Designs by Rebecca Proctor.
Well, there was one that didn’t quite hit before the magazine went to the printers, Green Architecture Now! By Philip Jodidio.
Here’s a little blurb about the book:
Architecture as sustainable technology
The ecological impact of new construction, once a secondary concern, has become a crucial issue.
Badly designed buildings guzzle natural resources and pollute their surroundings; in an era of rocketing energy costs and environmental degradation, the need for a sustainable, energy-efficient architecture is paramount.
This book features the architects, artists and firms pioneering a new green architecture, and examines the emergent aesthetics.
We’re giving you the chance to win a copy of the book to review for yourself thanks to Taschen.
Simply fill in the form below and tell us how you green your home. The most creative response will win.