Eco City: Sustainable Paradigm Shift by Bernard Gray

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ABOUT THE BOOK
A book about life and cities in the modern age and what is required to create a truly sustainable civilisation and ecological city.
This book provides valuable insight into real-life city and building design, as well as property development processes, and cross analyses these within our social, environmental and economic context.
Recommended solutions are based upon grounded experience and research gained from his unique experience in the construction, design and development industry in various roles ranging from design director and project manager, to ecological design specialist, researcher and building technologist.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Bernard Gray BSc, MArch, MSc, MA, MCIAT, PMP, LEED AP, was born in Hammersmith, London. He is a design, management and sustainability specialist with 17 years practical experience spanning a range of project types internationally.

He has designed and managed a number of different building and interior types, and has created and implemented methodologies, solutions and systems for design management as well as sustainable city developments.

He holds academic and professional qualifications in Architecture, Art, Interior Design, Ecological Design, Business Studies, Project Management and Psychology.

His hobbies include reading, researching, illustration and art.


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