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As well as our own Green Building Bibles we also sell a small number of carefully selected green building books from other publishers that we believe deliver good value and high quality reading on the subject.

 
The Green Self-build Book

The Green Self-build Book
Price: £27.00

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The Green Self-Build Book gives inspiration and information to guide you through the green self-build process. It is intended for anyone who is planning a self-build project, and also for housing professionals, students and teachers.


Stewardship of the Built Environment

Stewardship of the Built Environment
Price: £22.00

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When we think of green building, we tend to picture new construction. But Robert Young argues that the greenest building is often the one that has already been built. In Stewardship of the Built Environment, he shows how rehabilitating and reusing existing structures holds untapped potential for achieving sustainable communities. Students and professionals alike will discover the multifaceted benefits of reuse.


Passivhaus-Bauteilkatalog - Details For Passive Houses

Passivhaus-Bauteilkatalog - Details For Passive Houses
Price: £106.00

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Along with the Passive House Planning Package, this giant of a book has to be the ‘must have’ standard reference for everyone interested in designing or building to passivhaus (passive house) standards.


The Passivhaus Handbook

The Passivhaus Handbook
Price: £35.00

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The Passivhaus Handbook is an essential guide for everyone wanting to realise a supremely comfortable, healthy and durable home with exceptionally low energy costs. Whether you are building an extension, retrofitting your house or starting from scratch; are new to low-energy design or already have some experience, this book will help you navigate around the potential pitfalls and misconceptions.


 
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