Sustainable Design for the Built Environment marks the transition of sustainable design from a specialty service to the mainstream approach for creating a healthy and resilient built environment This roundbreaking and transformative approach introduces sustainable design in a clear concise easy to read format This book takes the reader deep into the foundations of sustainable design and creates a holistic and integrative approach addressing the social cultural ecological and aesthetic aspects in addition to the typical performance driven oalsThe first section of the book is th.
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That unites human activity with natural processes to form a regenerative coevolutionary model for sustainable design By allowing the reader an insightful look into the history motivations and values of sustainable design they begin to see sustainable design not only as a way to deliver reen buildings but as a comprehensive and transformative meta framework that is so needed in every sector of society Supported by extensive online resources including videos and PowerPoints for each chapter this book will be essential reading for students of sustainability and sustainable design.
Emed around the origins principles and frameworks of sustainable design aimed at inspiring a deeper broader and inclusive view of sustainability The second section examines strategies such as biophilia and biomimicry adaptation and resilience health and well being The third section examines the application of sustainability principles from the lobal urban district building and human scale illustrating how a systems thinking approach allows sustainable design to span the context of time space and varied perspectivesThis textbook is intended to inspire a new vision for the future.