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House Beautiful: Natural Environments

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Publisher Comments:

"Environmentalists will be delighted by this tour of beautiful homes that are also environment-friendly. First, we visit famed architect James Cutler's Seattle home, made entirely of recycled wood. Next, we're off to the home of renowned interior designer Nick Berman, who used a 15,000-pound slab of raw quartz for the countertop to his powder room. Then, our House Beautiful of the Week Tour showcases an architect who transformed a turn-of-the-century water tower into a show-stopping home."

Synopsis:

Looks at environmentally-friendly homes built with recycled and natural materials.

Product Details

ISBN:
00733961218817
Subtitle:
Natural Environments
Publisher:
A & E Home Video
:
Artist Not Provided
Subject:
Television series.
Subject:
Ecological houses
Subject:
Design and construction
Subject:
Educational television programs
Subject:
Nonfiction television programs.
Publication Date:
2010-04-27
Binding:
DVD
Grade Level:
NR
Language:
English
DVD Features:
Color, Standard Screen

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