Show: Future Talk

Episode: 0050 Future Talk - Liveable Sustainable Architecture

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Episode Description:

Architects are increasingly using modern technology to design home and office space that’s more functional, versatile, ecologically sound and aesthetically pleasing than before. In this episode, architect Terry Beaubois, who has spent many years developing new architectural models, discusses the ecoSMART house project in Bozeman, Montana, which he directed, and which received the “House of the Year” Award from the U.S. Green Building Council. Terry was the Founding Director of the Creative Research Lab at Montana State University, and believing that the habitats of astronauts living in space could have implications for earthbound architecture, he chaired the Advanced Technology Application Committee, a joint project of NASA and the American Institute of Architects. The shows focuses on the likely future of architecture and ways to make buildings do more for the residents while costing less in energy. Martin Wasserman hosts.

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Date SD Episode Video Uploaded: Saturday, March 1, 2014 - 18:49

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