Preserving History & Nature; Building Character

Posted by Lenette Wells on Monday, January 18, 2016

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Our historic buildings and natural places hold both intrinsic and economic value. They are the heart, and soul of our communities, that give them their distinguishing characteristics. As we continually grow and improve in our spaces, in our buildings, campuses, towns, cities, states, and nation we need to do our part to do so responsibly, not only preserving history and nature wherever possible, but also designing and building new spaces that are worth caring about.

Former President of Scenic America, Ed McMahon, masterfully covers this topic and more, in a TEDx talk, "Where am I? The Power of Uniqueness" from Jacksonville, FL.

Where Am I? The Power of Uniqueness

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Lenette Wells, AIA


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Categories: Buildings & Campus

Tagged: Architectural  |  Space Utilization  |  Facility Planning & Management  |  Engineering

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