by Anne Rademacher
Publisher: University of California Press 2018
Number of pages: 223
Rademacher shows how environmental architects forged sustainability concepts and practices and sought to make them meaningful through engaged architectural practice. The book's focus on practitioners offers insights into the many roles that converge to produce this emergent, critically important form of urban expertise.
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