Garden City: Supergreen Buildings, Urban Skyscrapes and The New Planted Space

Thames and Hudson


Garden City captures the growing global movement among contemporary architects for biodesigning buildings that are less structure and façade, more living entities, capable of being ecologically autonomous, horticulturally productive, and both pleasing to the eye and relevant to our day-to-day lifestyles.

More than 100 (mostly completed) projects are presented here, a life-affirming range of design ideas that can be applied to new buildings and those needing rehabilitation.The future of our urban architecture is biologically alert, naturally self-sustaining, and alive.

By Anna Yudina; published by Thames and Hudson

Hardcover; 256 pages; 9.7 x 12.1 in 

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