Green Design: A Healthy Home Handbook

Green Design: A Healthy Home Handbook

English | 2008 | ISBN: 0711228345 | 210 Pages | PDF | 102 MB

Architect Alan Berman helps his clients meld style with sustainability. Here, he offers all the information readers need to make environmentally responsible decisions for their homes. Fully illustrated with photographs, diagrams, and easy-to-follow charts, the book covers all the key topics, including floors, furniture, fabrics, and finishes, working with recycled materials, household appliances, home energy systems, and a reassessment of traditional design. An expanded and updated directory helps readers locate environmentally friendly materials and organizations.


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