The cost of sustainability: Witheridge Primary School ‘Classroom of the Future’

Michael Wigginton
June 2005
ARQ: Architectural Research Quarterly;Vol. 9 Issue 2, p120
Academic Journal
Analysis of the detailed design of a primary school classroom suggests that intelligent sustainable design can be both environmentally beneficial and cost effective.


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