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How green is your blueprint?

Architecture as sustainable technology

Green Architecture Now! Vol. 1

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The ecological impact of new construction, once a secondary concern, has become a crucial issue. Badly designed buildings guzzle natural resources and pollute their surroundings; in an era of rocketing energy costs and environmental degradation, the need for a sustainable, energy-efficient architecture is paramount. This book features the architects, artists and firms pioneering a new green architecture, and examines the emergent esthetics.

Featured architects and practices:
Adjaye Associates, Agence Babylone, Tadao Ando, Shigeru Ban, Barlindhaug Consult AS, Barton Willmore, Patrick Blanc, Vincent Callebaut Architecture, Cepezed, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Vladimir Djurovic, Dennis Dollens, Ecosistema Urbano, EDAW, Fearon Hay, Foster + Partners, Peter Gluck, Monika Gogl, Zaha Hadid, Herbst Architects, Anna Heringer and Eike Roswag, David Hertz, Hotson Bakker Boniface Haden, Chris Jacobs, Kempe Thill, KieranTimberlake, Rafael de La-Hoz, Michael B. Lehrer, MIII architects, Marchi Architectes, Morphosis, Alberto Mozó, Manfredi Nicoletti, Office dA, Sergio Palleroni, Renzo Piano, Polk Stanley Rowland Curzon Porter, Philippe Rahm, Rau, Michael Reynolds, Roswag & Jankowski, Rural Studio Hiroshi Sambuichi, SITE, Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture, Ken Smith Landscape Architect, Germán del Sol, Werner Sobek, studio tamassociati, Chris Tate, Matteo Thun, TNA, UNStudio, Michael Van Valkenburgh, Weiss/Manfredi, wHY Architecture, Ken Yeang, Zoka Zola
  • "Green Architecture Now! by Philip Jodidio offers spread after spread of architecture as sustainable technology. It's a thorough look at the firms, architects, and artists who are not only paving the way, but shall we say, literally breaking ground with their projects that aim to foster the necessary and innovative way of architectural thought."

    —, New York