Thursday, May 26, 2016

Architecture and Regenerative Economics

Like many other professions, architects are looking at different ways that they can get involved with creating a regenerative economy. In specific, architects at the Pelli Clark Pelli firm in New Haven, Connecticut proposed three plans for three different projects in 2012, that were all concerned with urban regeneration, environmental sustainability, and economic development. In the linked article below, the author discusses how architects have a huge impact on these topics, as they make pressing decisions about urban growth, and what they are leaving behind for future generations to come. This article touches on the importance of working collaboratively to create a more sustainable future in architecture, urban growth, and the world. Check the article out here to learn more about the relationship between architecture and regenerative economics.

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