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Urban Magnets & COVID-19 With Bruce Haden, Part Two

June 27th, 2020 | by Winter Wilson

In the second episode of our CleanTech Talk interview with architect, urbanist, and author Bruce Haden, Michael Barnard, Chief Strategist of TFIE Strategy Inc. and CleanTechnica contributor, talks with Bruce about urban magnets and architecture in the time of COVID-


Urban Magnets & Architecture — CleanTech Talk

June 21st, 2020 | by Winter Wilson

In the first half of this two-part interview for our CleanTech Talk podcast series, Michael Barnard, Chief Strategist of TFIE Strategy Inc. and CleanTechnica contributor, sits down with Bruce Haden, architect, urbanist and author, about urban magnets and architecture in the time of COVID-


Green Building Would Add 30,000 Plants & Trees To Cityscape

April 6th, 2020 | by Jo Borrás

The stunning piece of green building architecture you're looking at here is called the Rainbow Tree Residential Tower, and its architect claims that, once (if?) built, the 377-foot timber tower would bring more than 30,000 new plants, shrubs, and trees to the skyline of Cebu, Philippines


Architecture That Has Overcome The Odds To Be Sustainable

June 17th, 2019 | by The Beam

Desperate times call for innovative measures when it comes to architecture and sustainability. Here we’ve showcased four projects that have overcome the odds to be sustainable, either in a novel way or in spite of a challenging environment


Post-Modernism Helps Explain The Post-Factual World Of Conservatives

August 28th, 2018 | by Michael Barnard

Post-modernism is just art criticism, but conservative intellectuals are constantly attacking it these days. And conservatives are saying remarkably post-modernist things from Giuliani's "Truth isn't truth" to Donald Trump's constant stream of post-factual Tweets, including those on global warming and coal


Japanese Ecovillage House Brings Nature Right Inside

October 31st, 2012 | by Charis Michelsen

This year, architects from ALTS Design Office were brought in to take the ecovillage process a step further. Rather than maintain the traditional strict separation between inner and outer, the Kofunaki House brings nature (or the outer) right inside.



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