Green architecture

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Green architecture.
1. Formal, Picturesque gardens that are closely related to buildings, or where landscape and architecture coalesce.

2. Buildings designed according to energy-saving criteria and the reduction of pollution. See also environmentally responsible architecture.

Bibliography

Architectural Review, clxxxvii/1123 (Sept. 1990), whole issue;
Jodidio (ed.) (2000);
Solomon (1988);
V & V (1991)