Ep2s. Design. Season two [videorecording] / a Kontentreal production ; directed by Tad Fettig ; executive producers, Karena Albers, Tad Fettig ; series producer, Elizabeth Westrate ; producer, Midori Willoughby.

Contributor(s): Fettig, Tad | Westrate, Elizabeth | Willoughby, Midori | Pitt, Brad, 1963- | Humphreys, Robert | Public Broadcasting Service (U.S.) | Kontentreal (Firm) | PBS Home VideoMaterial type: FilmFilmPublisher: [United States] : Distributed by PBS Home Video, [2008], c2007Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 180 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 inISBN: 0793693780; 9780793693788Other title: E2 | E-two | E-squared | DesignUniform titles: Ep2s. Design. Season 2. Subject(s): Sustainable architecture | Sustainable buildings | Sustainable buildings -- Design and construction | Sustainable designGenre/Form: Educational films | Video recordings for the hearing impaired DDC classification: 720.47 LOC classification: NA2542.36 | .E87 2008
Contents:
Episode 1: The Druk White Lotus School, Ladakh -- Episode 2: Greening the federal government -- Episode 3: Bogot�a: building a sustainable city -- Episode 4: Affordable green housing -- Episode 5: Adaptive reuse in the Netherlands -- Episode 6: Architecture 2030.
Production credits: Director of photography, Robert Humphreys.Narrated by Brad Pitt.Summary: Can the designers of the Druk White Lotus School in remote Ladakh, India, help preserve the region's cultural identity for future generations? Could architect Thom Mayne's new San Francisco Federal Building be the prototype for tomorrow's workplace? Enrique Pe�nalosa, the former mayor of Bogot�a, Colombia, transformed one of the world's most chaotic cities into a model of sustainable and civic-minded urban planning. Third-generation develop Jonathan Rose puts sustainable homes within reach of New Yorkers living in public housing. Dutch planners tap their innate design sensibility and the industrial landscape to create a uniquely sustainable development in Amsterdam's abandoned dockyard. Architect-turned-activist Ed Mazria founded Architecture 2030 to galvanize commitment to a carbon-neutral building sector by the year 2030.
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"The economies of being environmentally conscious".

Originally broadcast on television in 2007.

Special features: Discussion guide PDF.

Episode 1: The Druk White Lotus School, Ladakh -- Episode 2: Greening the federal government -- Episode 3: Bogot�a: building a sustainable city -- Episode 4: Affordable green housing -- Episode 5: Adaptive reuse in the Netherlands -- Episode 6: Architecture 2030.

Director of photography, Robert Humphreys.

Narrated by Brad Pitt.

Can the designers of the Druk White Lotus School in remote Ladakh, India, help preserve the region's cultural identity for future generations? Could architect Thom Mayne's new San Francisco Federal Building be the prototype for tomorrow's workplace? Enrique Pe�nalosa, the former mayor of Bogot�a, Colombia, transformed one of the world's most chaotic cities into a model of sustainable and civic-minded urban planning. Third-generation develop Jonathan Rose puts sustainable homes within reach of New Yorkers living in public housing. Dutch planners tap their innate design sensibility and the industrial landscape to create a uniquely sustainable development in Amsterdam's abandoned dockyard. Architect-turned-activist Ed Mazria founded Architecture 2030 to galvanize commitment to a carbon-neutral building sector by the year 2030.

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DVD; region 1; widescreen (16x9) presentation; Stereo.

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