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Anna V. Smith Feb 8
Classic advice in the office:
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Rodell | Architects Feb 7
The new issue of the Inlander’s Health & Home is out, and we’re on the cover! It’s a well-written article about passive house featuring several of our projects.
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John Muir Project Feb 1
We’ve had the solution to our all along - it’s called TREES. ALL forests are our BEST defense against the raising threats of - it’s time for Forest Protections to become a global priority.
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David Owen Feb 3
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No, indeed. I appreciate the spaces that Revit and Sketchup occupy but neither comes close for me. OTOH, I also haven’t logged thousands of hours of use with either of those tools. I also still think that a touch UI (eg ios) would be amazing for an intuitive solid modeler.
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veredes Feb 4
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Sunrise Movement 🌅 Feb 3
Climate 👏 change 👏 is 👏 a 👏 national 👏 emergency 👏
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ArchitectureWeek Feb 3
Replying to @oviddawen
Blast from the past! Is there a3D architectural design/sketch modeling UI to equal it, even today?
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David Owen Feb 1
so, I opened a box...
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ArchitectureWeek Jan 25
"We knew we had one big problem with increasing rates of ice discharge by some large outlet glaciers," "But now we recognise a second serious problem: Increasingly, large amounts of ice mass are going to leave as meltwater..."
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Karen Davis Burton Jan 20
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James Timberlake Jan 20
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
Please shut up.
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Erik Solheim Jan 20
Pedestrian zones in cities are often initially opposed by business. After a while they turn into economic success stories. Ljubljana center has been car free for ten years. Oslo and many others will follow.
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Kevin Matthews Jan 20
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Paul Dawson on Climate Change Jan 12
The study found that the world’s seven major industrial democracies spent at least $100 billion a year to prop up oil, gas and coal consumption at home and abroad in 2015 and 2016 despite their pledge to end fossil fuel subsidies by 2025.
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Kevin Matthews Jan 10
Good update on in today’s new . You can help the fight for at…
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Prof Nick Cowern Jan 9
This is indeed extraordinary and shameful . The absence of climate discussion in the Science and Environment section gives the appearance of climate denialism by default. It very obviously downplays the urgency of climate action robustly evidenced by science. Please fix!
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