Chapter 1: Fostering an ecological vision First LivingHome Model Home, Santa Monica, California, USA, Ray Kappe and LivingHomes Kingspan Lighthouse, London, UK, Sheppard Robson Chapter 2: Prioritizing passive design Solarsiedlung am Schlierberg, Freiburg, Germany, Rolf Disch Architects Aldo Leopold Legacy Center, Baraboo, Wisconsin, USA, The Kubala Washatko Architects Chapter 3: Defining an ethic of enough Government Canyon Visitor Center, Helotes, Texas, USA, Lake|Flato Architects SOLTAG Energy Housing, Horsholm, Denmark and northern Europe, Nielsen and Rubow, Cenergia, Kuben Byfornyelse Danmark, and Velux Danmark Chapter 4: Using responsive envelopes Rozak House, Lake Bennett, Northern Territory, Australia, Troppo Architects Year 2015 Prototype Home - Made in Germany, Technische Universitat Darmstadt, Germany Chapter 5: Expressing an ecological aesthetic Steinhude Sea Recreational Facility, Steinhude, Germany, Randall Stout Architects and Archimedes Sino-Italian Ecological and Energy Efficient Building (SIEEB), Tsingua University, Beijing, China, Mario Cucinella Architects
Mary Guzowski is an Associate Professor in the School of Architecture at the University of Minnesota. She teaches and conducts research related to daylighting, solar architecture and ecological design and her publications include the book Daylighting for Sustainable Design. Recent research has focused on aesthetic and solar architecture and ecological innovations in carbon-neutral design.
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