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Title E2 Design. Season three / director, Tad Fettig ; series producer, Elizabeth Westrate ; senior producer, Beth Levison ; producer, Midori Willoughby ; production of Kontentreal Production.
Imprint [United States] : PBS Home Video, [2008]
Edition [Widescreen edition].

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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  NA2542.35 .E69 2008    AVAILABLE  
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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  NA2542.35 .E69 2008    AVAILABLE  
Subject Piano, Renzo.
Sustainable architecture.
Architecture, Modern -- 20th century.
Architecture and energy conservation.
Environmental policy.
Environmental responsibility.
Alt Name Fettig, Tad,
Westrate, Elizabeth,
Levison, Beth,
Willoughby, Midori,
Pitt, Brad, 1963-
Kontentreal (Firm)
PBS Home Video.
Uniform Title E2 Design. Season 3.
Add Title Design
E-squared
Subtitle on container: Economies of being environmentally conscious
Description 1 videodisc (approximately 180 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Edition [Widescreen edition].
System Details DVD, NTSC; region 1; widescreen format.
Note Closed-captioned.
Credits Executive producers, Karena Albers and Tad Fettig ; director of photography, Robert Humphreys ; narrated by Brad Pitt.
Note Special feature: DVD-ROM access to Discussion guide in .PDF format.
Summary Six 30-minute chapters featuring the designers and drivers of change in the world of sustainable architecture. Each episode explores the potential of the built environment to help reverse our global climate crisis.
Contents Episode 1. A garden in Cairo -- Episode 2. The village architect -- Episode 3. Melbrourne reborn -- Episode 4. The art & science of Renzo Piano -- Epsisode 5. New Orleans: the water line -- Episode 6. Super use.
Note MCOT: Videos with limited public performance rights may be shown in a classroom, screened by a public group that is not charged for the viewing, or transmitted on closed-circuit system within a building or single campus.
ISBN 0793694760
9780793694761
OCLC # 270775087