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Healthy Building - Autumn 2004
Healthy Building - Autumn 2004
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Healthy Building: Zana Dean of Anne Thorne Architects explains how they achieved a low toxicity, healthy building on budget for Sure Start.

Feng Shui: Simon Bradbury looks at the art of feng shui and how it is influencing the design of some of the worlds buildings and landscapes.

Permaculture: 2004 is the 21st anniversary of the Permaculture Association in Britain. To mark the occasion Barbara Tremain looks at how the movement has influenced our everyday lives and built environment.

Eco-minimalism: is achievable and people like it. Howard Liddell brings us a case study that really proves the point.

Every home a power station: Dave Elliot points out how we might all be producing our own power in the not too distant future.

Unfinished wooden windows: are one way to cut resource use and save annual maintenance. Patrick Hislop explains how well they perform.

Operation Stepchange: the ZED Standard Bill Dunster, Chris Twinn and Craig Simmonds compare the ZED standards that are now being successfully applied to houses across the UK with the BRE’s Ecohomes standard.

Practical ecobuilding: Nottingham ecohome Penney Poyzer and Gil Schalom and how to build a green granny annex by Mike Walker

The modern face of lime: Ian Pritchett of IJP Construction explains how lime could take on cement as the environmental choice for sustainable buildings.



68 pages, perfect bound.


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