Friday, June 30, 2006

"Green" Architecture Is Featured In New Museum Exhibit

The growing mandate for green design in home building is explored comprehensively for the first time by the National Building Museum in "The Green House: New Directions in Sustainable Architecture and Design." The milestone exhibition will remain on view for an entire year and will be supported by a fully-illustrated catalog of the same name, co-published by the Museum and Princeton Architectural Press; a major scholarly symposium; a wide array of tours, talks, workshops and special family programming; and a website focusing on the marketplace, methods, principles, and history of sustainable design. After its showing at the National Building Museum, "The Green House" will travel nationwide. Potential venues include museums in Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York. NAR is among the supporting organizations of the exhibit. (Source: Nation Building Museum)

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