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Eric Corey Freed
Green Architect | Keynote speaker | Author of 11 books | Disruptor | | | Speaker | Visioneer
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Jonathan Lemire 22h
Trump asked if seeing the fire devastation in Paradise, CA changed his opinion on climate change. His answer: “No”
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Eric Corey Freed Nov 17
how do you disrupt, digitize, and democratize HOUSING?
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Eric Corey Freed Nov 16
Replying to @maisonorion
Dammit! You’re right!
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Eric Corey Freed Nov 16
The goal of an airplane is to land safely 100% of the time. The goal of a building should be to be healthy 100% of the time. There are 1.8 million pediatric ER visits every year for asthma. We can change this.
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Eric Corey Freed Nov 16
Why does everyone assume that every building must have air conditioning? (It doesn’t!)
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Eric Corey Freed Nov 16
Replying to @greenerjsa
Ya Now headed to Architectural Boat Tour and then Hamilton tonight!
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USGBC Nov 16
"I have to be honest with you. I didn't really think about climate change much before September 4th and September 20th ... and then our lives changed forever. We will never be the same." —Mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico
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Eric Corey Freed Nov 16
In a world of rising construction waste and labor costs, Robots 3D printing entire building components makes so much sense I could scream
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Eric Corey Freed Nov 16
Replying to @ericcoreyfreed
And in a close second place theme: "EMBODIED CARBON"
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Eric Corey Freed Nov 16
Every there is a theme that emerges, something mentioned across the sessions. The theme I've seen this week coming up? "PASSIVE SURVIVABILITY" You?
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Eric Corey Freed Nov 16
Mark & Jaime ask, "is concrete a vapor barrier?" Answer: it depends (we can design it to be)
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Eric Corey Freed Nov 16
Mark & Jaime show us how to save the Owner money by modeling the envelope better and learn how to take advantage of passive systems like natural ventilation (which most engineers hate)
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Eric Corey Freed Nov 16
When it comes to the building envelope: do we resist or optimize? Jaime & Mark argue that most ratings systems want you to resist, but we are smarter than that and should design to optimize
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EcoDistricts Nov 16
On Nov. 27th we invite you to show your support for EcoDistricts by making a personal donation in support of our work. Every dollar and every donation counts!
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Eric Corey Freed Nov 16
Even though it's the Friday 8am "hangover" session slot at , Mark & Jaime speak to a packed house on the secrets of the building envelope
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Eric Corey Freed Nov 15
I just read this and it upset me: buildings designed by architects account for no more than 2% of global construction.
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Eric Corey Freed Nov 15
The Green building world domination plan: we are no longer occupants, instead we are dating our buildings (it's a commitment)
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Eric Corey Freed Nov 15
"Buildings don't look like a threat, so our bodies don't take them as one."
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Eric Corey Freed Nov 15
"Bad air is the 'Todd' (annoying office mate) that we breathe"
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Eric Corey Freed Nov 15
The funny and smart holds a captive audience in the large room at
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