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    SUSTAINABLE CENTER FOR WOODS HOLE

    It has become common in recent years for architectural clients to take an interest in energy conservation. But a research organization dedicated to studying the effects of human activities on the environment has a responsibility to go still further to apply sustainability as a guiding principle.

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    BREATHING IN BERLIN

    In recent years, architects have begun to view the skins of buildings like the skins of living organisms: properly designed, they breathe, change form, and adapt to variations in climate. A building that demonstrates this in several ways is the GSW Headquarters in Berlin, designed by Sauerbruch & Hutton Architects, with engineering by Arup. Editor

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    WTC Wasn't Always Regarded Favorably, Professor Says — The State, 2003.0915

    An Inside Peek at an Environmental Powerhouse — Canadian Business, 2003.0915

    San Jose Housing Project Knows the Way to Green Design — AIArchitect, 2003.0912

    MSU Chips In for Energy-Efficient Habitat House — Clarion-Ledger, 2003.0910

    Build a 'Green' Home that's Affordable — Chicago Tribune, 2003.0907

    Building Fits with Nature, Lost in Woods as Architecture — Plain-Dealer, 2003.0906

    Pataki Unveils First 'Green' Residential Tower in U.S. — Designare, 2003.0905

    Thermador Annouces High-Performance Refrigerators — Designare, 2003.0904

    Sustainable Design Education in North America — Metropolis, 2003.09

    Architects Tout Cost-Saving "Green" Designs — Las Vegas Business Press, 2003.0829

    Christine Ervin Oversees Fast-Growing U.S. Green Building Council — Con.WEB, 2003.0828

    Trying to Be Green — Needham Times, 2003.0828

    Nature Comes to Five Schools — Detroit news, 2003.0825

    Interface Flooring Uses Landfill Emissions for Power — Designare, 2003.0820

    Low-Allergen Housing Wins International Recognition — Scotsman Online, 2003.0817

    Arlington, Virginia Goes Green with New Building — VOA News, 2003.0817

    Dome on the Range — Vail Daily, 2003.0817

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