Is the drive for sustainability killing architects’ creativity?

Rogers’ Welsh Assembly building — biomass-powered and Breeam-rated “excellent” — reached the 2006 Stirling shortlist.

Austin Williams, author of new book The Enemies of Progress, is convinced it is, but Pooran Desai of BioRegional Quintain has plenty of examples to back his counter-argument .

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