Building Without Borders

Building Without Borders

Sustainable Construction for the Global Village

Book - 2004
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Building Without Borders describes pioneering efforts to create sustainable shelter for billions currently under-housed. It surveys projects around the world that are housing the homeless without destroying natural habitats to do so, by drawing upon local traditions such as bamboo, straw bale and earthen construction.

Highly illustrated and popular in style, it includes case studies, technical information, and the latest thinking on truly sustainable construction, and advocates education and training as the means to empower local peoples to create houses for themselves.

Joseph F. Kennedy cofounded Builders Without Borders, an international consortium of natural builders and architects serving homeless and under-housed populations. He teaches ecological design and natural building at New College of California, and co-edited The Art of Natural Building .

Publisher: Gabriola, B.C. : New Society Publishers, c2004
ISBN: 9780865714816
0865714819
Branch Call Number: 690.8 BUI 2004
Characteristics: xviii, 253 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Kennedy, Joseph F.

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