The Complete Guide To Green Architecture [Pics]
Art publishing powerhouse Taschen releases the second edition in their popular book series.
There’s a lot of people that can claim they’re experts on green architecture, but when one in specific puts out a tome on it, you know they’ve done their homework. As one of the foremost experts on all things design since the late 80’s, Taschen Books has been putting out comprehensive (and beautiful) texts on everything ranging from the Paris street art of Robert Doisneau to The Little Book of Big Penis, all with astonishing insight and precision. That’s why when Taschen decided to release Green Architecture Now! Vol.2 (the follow up to the well-received first volume), the design world took notice. For anyone who works at a graphic design or architecture firm, hotel, or even those who simply love great design, this book is not to be missed.
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