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Cities and Farms are Connected

October 26, 2020

One of the byproducts of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the economic upheaval and social unrest that followed it, has been a perceived exodus from large cities and urban areas. But that exodus might be overstated, and the future of civilization – and the health and prosperity of people – still depends on cities. But it also depends on looking at agriculture in a new way, and creating a closer connection between cities and farming is an important trend. That’s the opinion of Michael Grove, chair of landscape architecture, civil engineering, and ecology at Sasaki. He is very optimistic about the future of cities, and sees them continuing to move toward a bright future that benefits both people and the environment.
NOMA Homecoming | Detroit 50

NOMA Homecoming | Detroit 50

NOMA is celebrating their 50th Year Anniversary in Detroit, where their twelve founders convened for the 1971 AIA Conference.

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NOMA Homecoming | Detroit 50

NOMA Homecoming | Detroit 50

NOMA is celebrating their 50th Year Anniversary in Detroit, where their twelve founders convened for the 1971 AIA Conference.

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Reducing the Embodied Carbon of Walls in Industrial Buildings

Reducing the Embodied Carbon of Walls in Industrial Buildings

Kingspan partnered with Kieran Timberlake to quantify how Kingspan can reduce embodied carbon in industrial buildings.