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ISBN ISBN 978-5-903433-22-3

Vladimir Belogolovsky
200 pages, 20.0h22.5 cm
200 ill., Paperback, Russian / English.

The concept of "green" architecture in recent years increasingly associated with energy-efficient, economical, and sustainable projects. Exhibition GreenHouse curated by Vladimir Belogolovsky and held at the XVII International Festival "Zodchestvo" in Moscow, presents a detailed survey of 12 examples of green architecture in Britain, China, Spain, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States by such leading masters as William Alsop, Norman Foster, Kengo Kuma, and Renzo Piano. Projects of different scales and in diverse climactic conditions explore various aspects of "green" architecture. The Catalogue of the exhibition is published by TATLIN Publishers ( and contains all the material presented at the exhibition, ranging from project descriptions, hundreds of color illustrations (many published for the first time) to interviews with world's leading architects.

I believe in God, only I spell it Nature.

Frank Lloyd Wright


Buildings, too, are children of Earth and Sun.

Frank Lloyd Wright


Earth turns into gold

in the hands of the wise.



Anybody in this world should be able

to build a shelter for his or her family

with the simplest of elements –

earth, water, air, and fire.

Nader Khalili


When man was placed in the

Garden of Eden, he was put there to

dress it and keep it, to work, in fact;

which proves that man was not born

to an easy life.



To a rational being it is the same thing

to act according to nature and

according to reason.

Marcus Aurelius


The materials of city planning are

sky, space, trees, steel, and cement

in that order and in that hierarchy.

Le Corbusier


I strive for an urban future where you can

open your door and walk out directly on

a garden, regardless of how high

your apartment may be.

Emilio Ambasz


My aim is not to create particle-like works

of architecture. I want to create a condition

that is as vague and ambiguous as drifting

particles. The closest thing to such a condition

is a rainbow.

Kengo Kuma


My house is my refuge, an emotional piece

of architecture, not a cold piece of convenience.
Luis Barragan


When love and skill work together,

expect a masterpiece.

John Ruskin


We will win only then when the word “green”

will loose its connotation in the context of

sustainability. In the future there will be no

“green cars” or “green buildings” because

all cars and buildings will be sustainable.

Thomas Freedman