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Posted by  Terry L. Walker, Architect on February 08, 2004 at 17:16:49:

In Reply to:  green architecture posted by prajakta_ak on January 29, 2004 at 10:50:22:

"Green Architecture" is what every culture used to build naturally and now struggles to remember and recreate without disgarding modern ideas of comfort. Instead of "green architecture" lets just call it good architecture as every good design solution by definition succeeds only as a harmonious and unified gestaldt between it's user's and it's context.

This is a good planet, let's take care of it. There can truly be no debate about whether or not we should do that or what pigeon hole we should put such efforts into.

 
 
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