greaseproof architecture since 2000

tag: climate change

Shifting sands at Oriental Bay

posted 11.19 in news.

Oriental Bay 1959

In the past 100 years the “rotunda” at Wellington’s Oriental Bay has been buffeted not just by wild seas, but also the less predictable winds of change. Shifting needs, mores, and economies have seen the structure reinvented several times, and it’s about to happen all over again.

Keep Reading...

Sustainability - Your laws do not apply to me

posted 11.11 in news.

Readings sale table, 2011 The Fifth Estate reported in late August that the AIA Sustainability Awards were on their way out, having done their dash. A photo caption summed it up: “It’s over: green bling gongs all gone.” Unable...

Keep Reading...

Architecture 2030

posted 10.11 in resources.

“Architecture 2030, a non-profit, non-partisan and independent organization, was established in response to the climate change crisis by architect Edward Mazria in 2002. 2030’s mission is to rapidly transform the U.S. and global Building...

Keep Reading...

The Ecological Age

posted 07.09 in resources.

arup & the ecological age

Keep Reading...

related tags

20th century, art deco, arup, awards, biomimicry, developers, development, earthquakes, energy efficiency, energy ratings, floods, green roofs, green walls, moderne, public space, public transport, reuse, sea level, waterfront


Contact All rights reserved and all that. 2022.