Posts Tagged Green Architecture

What About Solar?

Recently I walked into a Home Depot and was greeted by a sales person who was selling photovoltaic systems. Finally, I said to myself, this technology is mainstream. The technology this person was selling is at least thirty years old. As a proponent of alternative energy technologies,

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Help Thorncrown Chapel

Thorncrown Chapel Interior

  In a previous post “Architecture in Arkansas” I wrote about one of my favorite structures-Thorncrown Chapel.  A friend, who knows I love this building, sent me a link to a post at the Inhabitat site by Diane Pham. Diane writes about the local utility company that

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Green Space

Lloyd Lewis House

Spending time in and observing nature has always been important to me. I think Henry David Thoreau’s writing has greatly influenced or reinforced the way I see the world. Perhaps that is why fell in love with Frank Lloyd Wright’s ideas and buildings. There are so many lessons

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