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He even finds some contemporary structures he approves of: a cluster of "charming", "futuristic" eco-houses in Milton Keynes, and the aerial walkways of the new Merseyside mall Liverpool One, "swooping across each other, a Piranesian spectacle in pink and green".
A Guide to the New Ruins of Great Britain by Owen Hatherley – review Andy Beckett 2010
Broon has recently said that 240,000 of the 3m new homes promised by the government over the next 13 years would be "eco-houses, in eco-villages and towns".
Bitter Funny and True Newmania 2007
Stephen Fry in America: "True West" - I really liked the eco-houses, and kind of wished I could have a place like that.
India's Parsis use new technology to keep ancient religion alive The latest radical eco-houses - and why they'll need no heating at all
He funded 150 eco-houses in the Lower Ninth Ward and plans to build many more as part of the Make It Right project.
Home | Mail Online 2009
Is it green eco-houses, traditional cottages or 1970s modernism that makes you happy?
If the plans go ahead, eco-houses will be built, creating jobs for local builders.
unknown title 2008