By: John Farmer(Author)
176 pages, 120 b/w illus
Published in association with the World Wide Fund for Nature. Historical and theoretical study of the style and construction of the dwelling house in Western architecture since the mid-18th century. It traces the gradual emergence of green attitudes towards building, and emphasises changing attitudes towards nature.
- Architecture - a green history for our times
- the first return of the primitive hut
- natural selection and industrialization
- the second return of the primitive hut
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