Sustainable Design Solutions from the Pacific Northwest

Edited by David Miller, Professor and Chair of the Department of Architecture in the College of Built Environments, University of Washington, Seattle.

This series spotlights innovative design achievements by Pacific Northwest architects whose work promotes core principles of sustainable development. Reflecting cross-disciplinary inspirations and strongly influenced by the Northwest's climate and landscape, the pioneering buildings and projects profiled in this series share a common interest in aesthetic and social goals, efficient use of technology, and a profound respect for the natural world and its ecological systems.

Studio at Large: Architecture in Service of Global Communities

by Sergio Palleroni with Christina Merkelbach

Toward a New Regionalism: Environmental Architecture in the Pacific Northwest

by David Miller

Daylighting Design in the Pacific Northwest

by Christopher M. Meek and Kevin G. Van Den Wymelenberg

Building Reuse: Sustainability, Preservation, and the Value of Design

by Kathryn Rogers Merlino

Books without links are listed as out of print with the University of Washington Press.