As the climate continues to evolve and the supply of buildable land declines, architects must find new and innovative ways to connect man-made structures to nature. From rural residences to urban spaces, Evergreen Architecture: Overgrown Buildings and Greener Architecture celebrates the habitats that harmonize with the living environment. The 288-page publication explores dozens of projects that integrate the natural world into their designs through lush indoor courtyards, vibrant green roofs, verdant living walls, and boundless indoor and outdoor spaces. Along with its inspiring images, the book also dives into the planning, strategies, and engineering that goes into unifying architecture and nature.
Width: 9.5" / Height: 11.75" / 288 pages