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Winter 2008

Greenbridge Part of Green House Show Greenbridge, the mixed use project that’s under construction in Chapel Hill is part of the National Building Museum’s exhibit—Green House: New Directions in Sustainable Architecture and Design—which is featured at the Morris Museum in Morristown, New Jersey through May 4. Greenbridge has received attention for its eco-effective design strategies and broad thinking about quality of life, which includes providing much needed downtown living and retail opportunities. Greenbridge will include 98 …

Think Green: Metropolis covers William McDonough & his firms

They were–or should have been–strange rostrum-fellows: managers of textile firms, directors of factories, executives from the world’s largest automakers. These “eco-outlaws” shared the stage with America’s foremost green architect, William McDonough, and Dr. Michael Braungart, his radical German chemist counterpart, on the final day of a recent sustainability conference–lions of commerce lying down with eco-lambs. “This is what the twentieth century believed to be success in industry,” Tim O’Brien, director of environmental quality at Ford …