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” I have actually seen numerous books on this topic, however none so well recorded and sincere.”– Whole Earth
In 1975 Brenda and Robert Vale released The Autonomous Home, a manifesto offering down-to-earth ideas for developing homes that do not contaminate the earth or misuse its resources. Their book got remarkable appreciation around the globe and was viewed as a considerable approach green architecture. Almost twenty years later on, in the early 1990s, the Vales chose to turn their innovative concepts into truth.
The New Autonomous Home records their structure of a home on the concepts of sustainable resources in the town of Southwell in the British Midlands. As experts in green architecture, the Vales looked for to develop an eco-friendly four-bedroom home that was neither unique in look nor hard to keep. They record the approach, style, and building and construction of a structure that can produce power from the sun and get drinking water from the rain.
The New Autonomous Home has a basic however advanced message: It is possible to reside in an affordable home that respects the world and frees its owner from energy costs. The Vales offer a thought-provoking, useful service to the ecological issues triggered by your houses in which we live, a plan of green architecture for future generations. 37 black-and-white illustrations
Publisher: Thames & Hudson; First Edition (Might 1, 2000)
Hardbound: 256 pages
Product Weight: 1.68 pounds
Dimensions: 7 x 1.1 x 9.6 inches