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Urban Eco Chic Hardcover – Illustrated, 5 Sep 2008
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"Interior design guru Oliver Heath's book shows us how to go green in the home without falling victim to the dreaded knitted-muelsi look." -- Daily Express, 5th September 2008
"Shows you how to combine sustainable materials, new technologies and recycled products to create a new home that is both functional and stylish." -- Real Homes Magazine, 1st October 2008
"Urban Eco Chic... explains what you can do to make your home and life more environmentally friendly and gives tips on stylish interior design." -- The Independent, 22nd October 2008
"Eco-champion Oliver Heath has written a new book... proving that you can be eco-friendly and still achieve a beautiful home. Topics covered include technology, vintage style and natural materials as well as ideas on how to save energy at home and improve your carbon footprint."
-- Real Homes, October 2008
"With eco design becoming ever more important, this book will ensure that your home lives upto it's upmost green potential."
-- House & Garden, 1st February 2009
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The book structure and format is so right: small nuggets of information, delivered by graphically coded topic bullet points, it's so accessible. I am recommending it to interior design and furniture design students. The scope of coverage is very broad from building/finishing materials through to household goods and appliances which ensure your readers get something to think about every time they consider any household purchase.
I am inspired by the pictures thinking about a much needed garden office and thinking about dismantling pallets for book shelving. Long may it stay on my desk.
Read my full review on my blog - The Curiosity Workshop