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These are the priority topics that are related to SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE, according to SolveCasters.
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2 Average Priority URBAN PLANNING 1 month ago
2 Average Priority GREEN BUILDING 1 month ago
2 Average Priority ARCHITECT 1 month ago
2 Average Priority CO-DESIGN 1 month ago
2 Average Priority VERNACULAR ARCHITECTURE 1 month ago
2 Average Priority STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT 1 month ago
2 Average Priority HABIT 1 month ago
2 Average Priority ENERGY 1 month ago
2 Average Priority CEMENT 1 month ago
2 Average Priority OWNER 1 month ago
2 Average Priority LUMBER 1 month ago
2 Average Priority STORYTELLING 1 month ago
2 Average Priority BUILDING DESIGN 1 month ago
2 Average Priority CONCRETE 1 month ago
2 Average Priority SOCIAL JUSTICE 1 month ago
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Laurie McGinley Founder at Via Lucent and Owner’s Representative at Minneapolis Public Schools
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  • From Laurie McGinley posted by SolveCast
  • 1 month ago
  • 1
  • Starts 1081 seconds

How Fear of Change Inhibits our Progress Toward a Sustainable Future with Laurie McGinley

It's that thought that I believe fundamentally for humans, change can be very difficult because our bodies are hardwired to crave predictability.
I know how that thing works. I know how that thing wears out. I know how to fix that thing. I know who to call to fix that thing... And so the thought that we would pick something that we haven't seen before, we haven't tested for 10 years personally, we don't know how the sand on the salt deteriorates it. We're not sure if the company we usually call the fix, it we'll be able to fix it. It's hard to choose unpredictable.

https://www.solvecast.com/articles/detai...

  • From Laurie McGinley posted by SolveCast
  • 1 month ago
  • 1
  • Starts 755 seconds

How Fear of Change Inhibits our Progress Toward a Sustainable Future with Laurie McGinley

We did months of stakeholder engagement, we brought huge materials where people can draw on them and do a design, charette type interaction with, and we were talking about how their neighborhood would change.
So we were talking about majorly redesigning transportation nodes of two relatively busy streets and the type of building that would be built there and the type of. Community amenity that would exist there. So we were going into neighborhoods and talking to people about how their neighborhood would feel different based on our recommendations.

https://www.solvecast.com/articles/detai...

  • From Laurie McGinley posted by SolveCast
  • 1 month ago
  • 1
  • Starts 645 seconds

How Fear of Change Inhibits our Progress Toward a Sustainable Future with Laurie McGinley

I believe that if we could truly hear the voices of the people who will interact with the building over the next 20 years, even if we could hear those voices at the drawings, we would make better choices .

https://www.solvecast.com/articles/detai...