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    NEW HOME FOR OLD PHOTOS

    Last year, the American Academy in Rome moved its valuable photographic archive to a newly renovated villa built in the early 1920s. The challenge for Studio Abbate & Vigevano, the architects designing the villa's renovation, was to create a delightful, daylit interior while protecting the delicate negatives from heat and humidity. They call the result a "minimalist model of sustainable architecture."

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    COOL AND GREEN

    "Green" buildings can be built in any climate. They can be kept within a reasonable budget, and they don't have to sacrifice architectural grace in favor of functional, environmental, and sustainable factors.

    Proving these claims is the recently completed Computer Science Building on the suburban campus of York University, Toronto. It is believed to be the most comprehensively green building in Ontario.

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    More Environment

    AIA/COTE 2002 Top Ten Green Projects — AIA News Release at DesignCommunity, 2002.0417

    'Zero Energy Homes are Builder's Pride — Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 2002.0415

    We Should Recycle Buildings as Well as Cities — Sacramento Business Journal, 2002.0412

    Green on Target — Irish Times, 2002.0410

    The First Little Pig Was Right! — Christian Science Monitor, 2002.0410

    Green-Roof Technology is Beginning to Find Audience — Chicago Tribune, 2002.0406

    Cornell Gets Climate Conscious — ENN, 2002.0402

    "Protect Our Home" Earth Day Theme Encompasses Energy Efficiency, Renewables — CON.WEB, 2002.0330

    Idaho Approves First Statewide Commercial Energy Code — CON.WEB, 2002.0330

    A New Life for an Old Mill — AIArchitect, 2002.0329 Edition

    Boise Plans to Stop Logging Old-Growth Forests — AP at Seattle Times, 2002.0328

    U.S. Orders Checks for Corrosion at Nuclear Reactors — New York Times, 2002.0326

    Eco-Friendly Digs in Bel-Air — Los Angeles Times, 2002.0324

    "Final Four" Asked to Submit Park Plans — ENN, 2002.0322

    Old is New Again in Earth-Friendly Home — Denver Post, 2002.0321

    Wood Stove Changeout Program Reduces Pollution in 12 States — BuildingOnline, 2002.0319

    15 Home Builders Earn Energyvalue Awards — National Renewable Energy Laboratory press release, 2002.0318

    For Some Homeowners, the Sun Is at the Center of an Eco-Friendly Lifestyle — Baltimore Sun, 2002.0318

    New Energy Systems Enhance National Security — National Renewable Energy Laboratory press release, 2002.0314

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