The Littleton Trials

The Littleton Trials

by David Kennedy (MDes ’16), Jacob Mans (MDes ’16), and Benjamin Peek (MDes ’16)—Recipient of the Daniel L Schodeck Award for Technology and Sustainability This inquiry…

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Living Conservation

Living Conservation

by Mary Catherine Miller (MDes ’17) Prominent ecologists and biologists have published extensively on the power of movement in plants,  yet landscape architects tend to…

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Sovereignty on Stilts: Drawing a Genealogy of Extra-Territorial Urbanization along the Mudflats of the Tropical Belt

Sovereignty on Stilts: Drawing a Genealogy of Extra-Territorial Urbanization along the Mudflats of the Tropical Belt

“Self-constructed cities, commonly referred to as informal settlements, are the product of culturally driven individual and communal initiatives. Informal settlements evolve without prescribed planning, design,…

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Energizing Retrofits in an Inefficient Market: A Scalable Model for Small Commercial Buildings

Energizing Retrofits in an Inefficient Market: A Scalable Model for Small Commercial Buildings

Buildings consume more energy than any other sector in the economy and account for nearly half of all carbon emissions. But much of that energy…

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