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Books Received - July 2012

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Footprint’s pick of the best green reads

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Enhaning Building Performance - Shauna Mallory-Hill, Wolfgang F.E. Preiser & Chris Watson

Wiley-Blackwell | Paperback | 360 pp | £69.99

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Masterplanning Futures - Lucy Buillivant

Routledge | Paperback | 328 pp | £32.99

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The Architecture of Light: Recent Approcahes to Designing with Natural Light - Mary Ann Steane

Routledge | Paperback | 246 pp | £29.99

 

 

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Weather Architecture - Johnathan Hill

Routledge | Paperback | 370 pp | £34.99

Klimagerecht Bauen Ein Handbuch

Building to Suit the Climate: A Handbook - Gerhard Hausladen, Perta Liedl, Michael de Saldanha

Birkhauser | Hardback | 176 pp | £45.00

 

 

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The Sainsbury Laboratory: Science, Architecture, Art - Stephen Day, John Parker, Steve Rose

Black Dog Publishing | Hardback | 192 pp | £19.99

 

 

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Earthships in Europe - Mischa Hewitt, Kevin Telfer

Routledge | Paperback | 160 pp | £30.00

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Earth Building: History, Science and Conservation - Paul Jaquin and Charles Augarde

Routledge | Paperback | 120 pp | £35.00

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Scroope 21 - Cambridge Architecture Journal

University of Cambridge | Paperback | £15.00

p.30-42, 60-70

 

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