Tag / SouperGreen
Saturday, June 10th at 3:00pm Discussion & Book Signing with Author: DOUG JACKSON With Wes Jones, Marc Neveu, Aryan Crawford Omar, Steven Purvis, Randolph Ruiz, and Mohamed Sharif — SOUPERgreen!—Souped Up Green Architecture features projects and essays that offer a long overdue critique of the prevailing approach to “green” architecture and, in turn, demonstrate a more appropriate way for architects to address the challenges posed by the environmental crisis. This…June 9, 2017
Please join Randolph Ruiz of AAA at what should be a provocative conversation of the subject of sustainable architecture. This event will be hosted by the A+D Museum on Thursday April 7th at 6PM. SOUPERgreen is an exhibition featuring five projects that take a critical stance on the way architects have been addressing the environmental crisis through design. Wes Jones, Doug Jackson, Aryan Omar, Steven Purvis, and Randolph Ruiz explore…April 5, 2011
timely @nytimes piece on exact topic discussed w/ @Greg_Lindsay & @deepfriedlander for the @thechangeorder podcast this week.
cities are going to have to transform incredibly fast to adapt. alas, our processes designed to slow and kill transformation
Extreme heat is the clearest sign of global warming. It's hot enough in Arizona and Nevada right now that people risk third-degree burns just from touching the asphalt. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/17/climate/wildfires-drought-climate-change-west-coast.html