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And so we can look back to see how we might have managed to dramatically change our society and economy. We had no other choice. Climate change, even in its early stages, had begun to hurt: watching a California city literally called Paradise turn into hell inside of two hours made it clear that all Americans were at risk. When you breathe wildfire smoke half the summer in your Silicon Valley fortress, or struggle to find insurance for your Florida beach house, doubt creeps in even for those who imagined they were immune. Two, there were actually some solutions. By , renewable energy was the cheapest way to generate electricity around the planet—in fact, the cheapest way there ever had been.
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We are currently in Beta version and updating this search on a regular basis. On the week commemorating American-Chinese architect I. Johnson Museum of Art. The building was completed in and was awarded the American Institute of Architects Honor Award in Located in the university's campus in Ithaca , New York , the building directly responds to its site in terms of size, direct relationship with the surrounding, and orientations.
Pomo summer: the Piazza d'Italia in New Orleans, designed by Charles Moore, is one of the few icons of Postmodern architecture that isn't a building, and is next in our summer season on Postmodernism. Both a memorial and a public space, the piazza is a manifestation of Moore's ideas of an "inclusive" architecture, which can speak to and be enjoyed by anyone. Moore's design, however, immediately attracted both fans and detractors, and many saw his architectural populism as pure kitsch. Completed in , the piazza was conceived as an urban redevelopment project and a memorial to the city's Italian citizens — past and present. The contributions of the Italian community had been largely overshadowed by those of the French, Spanish, African and Native Americans, according to the Italian-American community leaders that commissioned the project.