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Review: Green Building Bible (2nd edition, natch)

GreenbibleAs you've probably surmised already, this book is a directory-cum-guide for the wannabe green homeowner and brave (foolhardy?) eco self-builder. I've been reading it for the past few weeks picking out info on water-saving, insulation - all the  exciting things homeowners get involved in - and have to say it's a great book for £10. The structure is confusing and overlapping,  the typography is circa 1974 and the writing style can sometimes be either laborious or too jargon-packed for the layman. However - and that's a manor-sized however - the book is filled with an incredible amount of practical and educational eco building info. The book's directory also seems relatively comprehensive and covers most of the UK. Find out more at the publisher's site, Green Building Press.

August 28, 2005 in Arts & information, Design & furniture, Energy saving | Permalink


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