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Ethical architecture

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<b>Green Sheds</b>
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<i>We stand the risk of killing this second green revolution if we
don’t start looking at solar equipment as an act of design, not just
an act of engineering. Today’s green revolution seems strong, but
the one in the 1970s seemed strong, too. But the bottom line is: If
It Can’t Be Loved, It Won’t Last. The Green Shed pictured above is
my first attempt to show that solar in particular and green in
general can be beautiful. Surely there are other architects who can
do a much more beautiful job, but hopefully this makes the point.

So what is a Green Shed? A Green Shed is something that you build
somewhere in your yard that does several things: It houses your
recycling bins and your trash can. It is your potting shed. It
contains your toolshed. And it houses your solar equipment and maybe
your collectors.

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