Architecture
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Thinking beyond traditional windmills, Rotterdam will showcase the future of wind energy
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Fear and happiness in the 21st century city. Anna Minton reveals the untested - and unwanted - urban planning that is changing not only our cities, but the nature of…
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If you have the type of job that has you working eight hours a day, staring at a computer screen in the middle of a small grey drab cubicle, it…
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Peacefully tucked away in a noisy alcove near Union Square in foggy downtown San Francisco, Orchard Garden Hotel, is a one-of- a- kind sustainable hotel offering its guests the union…
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The world is becoming more environmentally conscious in multiple industries, but architecture in particular is one field that has made tremendous leaps and bounds when it comes to going green.…
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The University of California, Merced, 2009 Long-Range Development Plan is the first plan in 16-years to be selected by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) 2012 COTE Top Ten Green…
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When it comes to their environmental footprint, hotels in general, tend to have a slight (read massive) image problem. One may think sustainability is at the very bottom of their…
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With a host of new technology and materials, engineering no longer needs to play safe. Chris Wise hopes for the day his colleagues dare to take their discipline into the…
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