Tighter building envelopes may save energy, but they can also trap toxic chemicals that contribute to asthma, dizziness, even cancer.
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The man behind Seattle’s newest and largest transit-oriented development is also on the board for the National Trust for Historic Preservation, balancing the importance of the past with radical, data-driven ideas about density, energy, and waste.
There is a city on a hill in Burnaby, British Columbia. The city is UniverCity; the hill is Burnaby Mountain; and much like the proverbial city upon a hill, its purpose is to be an exemplar for the rest of us.
Architecture for Humanity cofounder Cameron Sinclair on stubbornness, leadership, and his childhood plan to remake South London.