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Sustainable Architecture: Cultures and Natures in Europe and North America Edited by Simon Guy and Steven A Moore, Spon Press, 2005. 269pp. £26

Yet another tome from the Newcastle home of new sustainability with a handsacross-the-sea research link with American and north European universities. Guy, together with Graham Farmer, who also has an essay here, is from Newcastle's School of Architecture. The two have collaborated in the past on the influential paper Reinterpreting Sustainable Architecture: the place of technology. Steven Moore is co-director of the University of Texas at Austin's Center for Sustainable Development. ...


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