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Modern Sustainable Residential Design: A Guide for Design Professionals

Modern Sustainable Residential Design: A Guide for Design Professionals

William J. Carpenter

ISBN: 978-0-470-12673-8

May 2009

352 pages

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""The world of residential building is poised to do great things. The guidance, information, materials and technology, while ever-evolving, are in place. Now it's the hearts and minds that must follow. Modern Sustainable Residential Design is a comprehensive, user-friendly guide that can help. So let's get started.""
—From the Foreword by Allison Arieff, The New York Times ""By Design"" columnist

Books and articles celebrating sustainable or green residential design have become commonplace. This book is different. Written for design professionals, William Carpenter's Modern Sustainable Residential Design not only explores the fundamental design principles of sustainable homes, it provides a practical guide to implementing them.

This guide offers lessons for architects, interior designers, and builders who want to conceptualize and implement sustainable design strategies in modern residential design. It outlines solutions for incorporating sustainable aspects into a home design from conceptualization to implementation. Detailed design analyses range from groundbreaking contemporary buildings such as Pugh + Scarpa's Solar Umbrella House to Ray Kappe's LivingHome, illuminating some of the most innovative sustainable strategies in the United States and abroad.

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Foreword.

Preface.

Acknowledgments.

PART ONE THE SUSTAINABLE MODERN HOME: PROCESS AND DESIGN.

CHAPTER  1 Sustainable Modern Homes: Historical Context.

CHAPTER  2 The Design Process.

CHAPTER  3 Green Building: The Contractor’s Perspective (Robert J. Soens Jr.).

CHAPTER  4 House as a System (Sydney G. Roberts, PhD, Southface Energy Institute).

CHAPTER  5 Materials for the Modern Home (James Burton, AIA, and William Carpenter, FAIA, PhD).

CHAPTER  6 Landscape Architecture and the Sustainable Modern Home (Lynn Saussy, ASLA, and William Carpenter, FAIA, PhD).

CHAPTER  7 Construction Documents for Homes (Robert Cain, AIA).

CHAPTER 8 Residential Interiors (Michelle Timberlake, ASID, and William Carpenter, FAIA, PhD). 

PART TWO THE SUSTAINABLE MODERN HOME: CASE STUDIES.

CHAPTER  9 Vanguard Sustainable Homes.

Black House, Prickwillow, England (Mole Architects).

Shenandoah Retreat, Warren County, Virginia (Carter + Burton Architecture).

Yoga Studio and Residence, Bluemont, Virginia (Carter + Burton Architecture).

700 Palms Residence, Venice, California (Steven Ehrlich).

Trinity Apartments, Auckland, New Zealand (Architectus).

Solar Umbrella House, Venice, California (Pugh + Scarpa).

Beals' Residence, Atlanta, Georgia (Lightroom Studio).

Bush Residence, Atlanta, Georgia (Lightroom Studio).

Dominey Residence, Atlanta, Georgia (Lightroom Studio).

Lightcatcher, Atlanta, Georgia (Lightroom Studio).

Lightroom Studio, Decatur, Georgia (Lightroom Studio).

Carter Residence, Atlanta, Georgia (Lightroom Studio).

Shot-Trot House, Houston Texas (Brett Zamore).

Johnson-Jones Residence, Phoenix, Arizona (Eddie Jones).

The 4-Parts House, Seattle, Washington (Lead Pencil Studio).

Capitol Hill House, Seattle, Washington (Jim Burton).

DESIGNHabitat2 Initiative, Auburn, Alabama (David Hinson).

LivingHomes, Los Angeles, California (Ray Kappe).

CHAPTER 10  Teaching Design/Build: Studio 804 (Dan Rockhill).

Endnotes.

About the Contributors.

Index.