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New Orleans, Louisiana, 70119
Chicago, IL, 60603, US
Brytan TND Brittany Home by David Melville Contracting Services, Inc. targeted to be Alachua County's first LEED for Homes Platinum Certified Green Home
Brytan,Gainesville,FL,32608,USA
Brytan TND Walking Trail & Open Green Space
Brytan, Gainesville, FL, 32608, USA
View from Brytan's Family Park and Playground, Carl's Corner
Brytan, Gainesville, FL, 32608, USA
Brytan TND Streetscape with Homes Inspired by Ecomagination
Gainesville, FL,32608,USA
We must soon provide all of the world's resources - food, energy, transportation, jobs, dwellings, etc. 100% sustainably. These Linear Ecocities are a challenge to you to do even better!
USA and global
Porta San Sebastiano, Appian Way, ROME, ITAY
Porta San Sebastiano, Appian Way, ROME, ITAY
Local advocates were able to convince Comerica Bank to abandon their plans to build a slightly-modified version of their usual bank branch design (with some token allowances for an urban setting) in a classic "Main Street" setting in Fort Worth's classic streetcar neighborhood, the Near Southside.  Instead, Comerica hired a local architect to design this far more sensitive, far more urban two-story design to fit its context, with all parking either on-street or to the rear (and thoroughly screened).  Design by Quorum Architects of Fort Worth, Texas.
Fort Worth, Texas, 76104, United States of America
Local advocates were able to convince Comerica Bank to abandon their plans to build a slightly-modified version of their usual bank branch design (with some token allowances for an urban setting) in a classic "Main Street" setting in Fort Worth's classic streetcar neighborhood, the Near Southside.  Instead, Comerica hired a local architect to design this far more sensitive, far more urban two-story design to fit its context, with all parking either on-street or to the rear (and thoroughly screened).  Design by Quorum Architects of Fort Worth, Texas.
Fort Worth, Texas, 76104, United States of America
Local advocates were able to convince Comerica Bank to abandon their plans to build a slightly-modified version of their usual bank branch design (with some token allowances for an urban setting) in a classic "Main Street" setting in Fort Worth's classic streetcar neighborhood, the Near Southside.  Instead, Comerica hired a local architect to design this far more sensitive, far more urban two-story design to fit its context, with all parking either on-street or to the rear (and thoroughly screened).  Design by Quorum Architects of Fort Worth, Texas.
Fort Worth, Texas, 76104, United States of America