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'London 2012 puts to bed several myths about green architecture,' AJ sustainability editor Hattie Hartman tells Monocle

‘There is a widespread perception that green buildings are ugly, cost more and are full of wind turbines and PVs. The Olympic Velodrome is the opposite,’ Hartman says during an interview about her book, London 2012: Sustainable Design, on Monocle 24

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London 2012 Sustainable Design: Delivering a Games Legacy by Hattie Hartman

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