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Americans drive a lot. In fact, we drive twice as much as Europeans (Shell, 40). This disparity is attributed to urban sprawl, the dominant US land development practice of the last century. The idea behind urban sprawl is sustained growth away from a city center into cheaper rural land. This created [...]
Passive Green Design: Loads, Assets, and a heap of Criticism
By Brandon Ly. Brandon is a sophomore and prospective Product Design major. He is the author of a series of posts on sustainable design.
When you become conscious of an idea, it seems to appear more often. In the design world I have noticed “sustainability” popping up everywhere from magazines, catalogs, to e-newsletters. This last e-medium brought me a message today from a surprising source: 3D software giant Autodesk, who pioneered the computer-aided design [...]