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Designing With Nature: The Ecological Basis for Architectural Design

Out of Print

By: K Yeang

243 pages, Illus

McGraw Hill

Hardback | Dec 1995 | #38358 | ISBN: 0070723176
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About this book

This book provides architects and planners with a full understanding of the impact that their built works have on the natural environment. It includes case examples of some of the world's most ecologically comprehensive building designs.


Contents

The ecological imperative; ecology and design; architecture and ecological impact; a framework for ecological design; external ecological interdependencies of the built environment; internal ecological interdependencies of the built environment; external-to-internal ecological interdependencies; internal-to-external ecological interdependencies of the built environment; impact on design methodology.

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