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Books Received - February 2013

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Footprint’s pick of the best green reads this month

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Green Buildings Pay: Design, Productivity & Ecology by Brian Edwards & Emanuele Naboni

Routledge | Paperback | 269 pp | £35.00

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The Professional Design Guide to Green Roofs by Karla Dakin, Lisa Lee Benjamin & Mindy Pantiel

Timber Press | Hardback | 300 pp | £30.00

Worlds greenest buildings

The Worlds Greenest Buildings: Promise versus Performance in Sustainable Design by Jerry Yudelson & Ulf Meyer

Routledge | Harback | 264 pp | $45.95

tree houses

Tree Houses: Fairy Tale Castles in the Air by Philip Jodidio

Taschen | Hardback | 352 pp | £49.99

 

greening asia

Greening Asia: Emerging Principles for Sustainable Architecture by Nirmal Kishnani

FuturArc | Paperback | 336 pp | $60

101 rules of thumb

101 Rules of Thumb for Low Energy Architecture by Huw Heywood

RIBA | Paperback | 224 pp | £17.99

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Full Product Transparency: Cutting the Fluff Out of Sustainability by Ramon Arratia

DoSustainability | Paperback | 80 pp | £30.00

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Your Buildings Your Future: A guide to commissioning sustainable architecture to community organisations by Matt Bridgestock.

www.johngilbert.co.uk | Digital Download | 80 pp | £20.00 (Free to community organisations)

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Seasonal Commissioning (BG 44/2013) by John Sands

BSRIA | Digital Download | 25 pp | £30.00

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