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Green Guide to the Architect's Job Book

Handbook / Manual Out of Print
By: Sandy Halliday(Author)
88 pages, illustrations
Publisher: RIBA
Green Guide to the Architect's Job Book
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  • Green Guide to the Architect's Job Book ISBN: 9781859461860 Edition: 2 Paperback Jul 2007 Out of Print #207163
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Increasingly required by regulation, sustainable design is neither a luxury issue nor an optional extra. Following the Work Stage structure of the RIBA's Outline Plan of Work, Green Guide to the Architect's Job Book explains the 'cradle-to-cradle' sustainable design principles to adopt at the very start of every new project.

The Green Guide to the Architect's Job Book is a highly readable process map through the complexities of design and construction to aid the successful delivery of long-term sustainability in our built environment. Totally up-to-date and compatible with the Architect's Job Book, the Green Guide nonetheless stands alone as a straightforward, practical aide-memoire based on hard-won experience in the real world for architects and, importantly, project managers and clients, many of whom are actively seeking sustainable buildings.

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Handbook / Manual Out of Print
By: Sandy Halliday(Author)
88 pages, illustrations
Publisher: RIBA
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