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Email or call for price. Description Does going green change the face of design or only its content? About the Author Lance Hosey is an architect and author who has written two books, contributed to several others, and published hundreds of essays for the New York Times , the Washington Post , the Huffington Post , and many other media outlets. Praise For… "Hosey's holistic investigation of the way we perceive and react to our surroundings is fascinating. His underlying argument—that green living doesn't have to be punishing, expensive, or boring—is a refreshing take on an old debate that fans of Malcolm Gladwell and other big thinkers will find informative and illuminating.
It might even inspire hope in the most pessimistic readers. After reading The Shape of Green , I am much more confident in saying that if it doesn't move the heart, it doesn't move the needle on sustainability. He has crafted a sophisticated rallying cry and assembled a nascent toolbox for the next generation of eco-architects. In the end, the book provides a good introduction to issues of sustainability and aesthetics.