31 results for lance hosey
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1. Q&A: Lance Hosey article 100 %
2. The Fountainhead All Over Again
Ayn Rand’s novel remains the perfect representation of everything that’s wrong with architects.
article 100 %
3. The Green Building Wars
Opinion: Is Green Globes a credible alternative to LEED?
article 100 %
4. The Ethics of Brick
Giving priority to social equity can lead to surprising conclusions that subvert some of the widely accepted principles of green design.
article 100 %
5. If we love it, will it last? article 19 %
6. Voices of Sustainability article 19 %
7. Design Education for a Sustainable Future
A new book seeks to uncover the context, values, and behaviors necessary for effective twenty-first century design education
article 19 %
8. 2014 in Review: All the Year's Top Stories
A look back at the best features and articles from Metropolis.
article 19 %
9. Finding One Good Chair article 19 %
10. Expanding Diversity For Design
Activist designers at the U.S. Green Building Council's annual conference prove that equity happens when you take the lead, engage, design a plan, and follow through.
article 19 %
11. Living, Breathing Buildings
Envisioning architecture that performs like natural organisms.
article 10 %
12. Stand Up for Material Health
Healthy products advocates collaborate, see a growing market
article 10 %
13. Metropolis Tour: Brilliant Simplicity
An update about the various events that Metropolis is a part of.
article 10 %
14. An Alternate Sustainability Reading List article 10 %
15. The Case for COTE's Obsolescence
The AIA/COTE Top Ten represent the profession’s leading edge. But why hasn't that edge permeated the profession in the age of “mainstream green”?
article 10 %
16. Remembering the Life and Work of Jackie Brookner, Creator of “Living Sculptures”
Jackie Brookner was a pioneering ecological artist, designer, writer and educator. Here, she is remembered for her passionate work with ecologists, design professionals, and communities on water remediation/landscape restoration for parks and wetlands, among many other projects.
article 10 %
17. Nine Lives of Green article 10 %
18. What is Life after Plastic? article 10 %
19. Architects and the Public Health Imperative
The American Institute of Architects is committed to creating solutions for public health.
article 10 %
20. A New Kind of Library
A network of libraries in Africa feed communities with knowledge, creativity conduits, and revenue
article 10 %