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By Nash Emrich
The Greenbuild audience was abuzz about everything from the Ram trucks on the trade show floor to opening plenary remarks from Amal Clooney, and more than anything, we were ready for big announcements from Mahesh Ramunujam about green building and…
There has been an observable series of changes throughout the history of the built environment. The changes moved slowly at first and now are exploding with innovative concepts. And all this change has been in the context of the powerful…
Abundance Thinking | Green Buildings | Sustainability | Wellness
Rom coms and renewable energy: leveraging culture to create change The Living Future 2017 Unconference is rooted in the built environment, but this year the biggest takeaway was not a new building system or design innovation. The conversation of the…
Abundance Thinking | Leadership | Networking | Sustainability
Are you attending the Living Future unConference 2017 in Seattle this week? Track me down and let’s connect. In my role at Paladino, I use my background as an architect to provide technical consultation and support the firm’s efforts to…
Leadership | Networking | Sustainability | Uncategorized
Biophilia is a term that literally means love of nature. Stephen Kellert, who worked with E.O. Wilson wrote that biophilia is “a complex of weak genetic tendencies to value nature that are instrumental in human physical, material, emotional, intellectual, and…
Abundance Thinking | Sustainability | Wellness
The feeling that comes from nature is hard to describe. Biophilia is one definition of this feeling, and was originally introduced by Edward O. Wilson in 1984. This intersection between the built environment and natural world fuels my passion for…
Abundance Thinking | Green Buildings | Sustainability
We are officially into spring after enduring the wettest winter in Seattle’s recorded history. The long-awaited sunshine gets us outside and looking skyward – often at the flock of development cranes that span the horizon. Seattle’s real estate has been…
Abundance Thinking | Sustainability
San Francisco is a microcosm of issues faced by the rest of the world today. The city has earned a reputation for one issue in particular, and that’s its housing problem: it has the highest rents of the largest US…
Abundance Thinking | Green Buildings | Mixed Use and Retail | Multifamily | Sustainability
What We Learned from COP21 about Making an Impact and Helping the Impacted While at the forefront of climate action, President Obama is not alone in recognizing the challenge the global community faces. As published in the October 8, 2015…
Abundance Thinking | Change Management | Commercial Real Estate | Green Buildings | Leadership | Sustainability
The adoption of transit-oriented development is spreading rapidly throughout the country. This emergent community development type is not only changing the character of cities but is having a large impact on the development of multifamily housing projects. The growing market…
Multifamily | Sustainability