Monthly Archives: June 2015


Architects Paving the Way for the Resilient Cities of the Future

by Barrett Tilson June 24, 2015

In August 2005, Hurricane Katrina swept across Mississippi and Louisiana, killing more than 1,800 people and leaving a trail of damage estimated at $108 billion. Not only was

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The Architects Who Asked, ‘What If?’

by Barrett Tilson June 17, 2015

In designing their own homes, these Australian architects turned self-imposed limits into creative discoveries When architects design their own homes, you would think they

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Do you know the difference between ordinary and extraordinary mold?

by Barrett Tilson June 3, 2015

Is all mold bad? Of course not. Mother Nature creates everything for a reason, right? There are thousands of good products that come out of mold. Have you ever had bleu cheese

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