Originally published in Interiors & Sources

10/31/2007

October 31, 2007

 

 

October 31, 2007
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Green is Hot When it’s Cold

Welcome to the frozen North’s office of the future. Designed to deal with the cold Canadian climate, the new corporate headquarters for Winnipeg, MB-based Manitoba Hydrolis features a balanced geothermal heat pump system, which heats and cools the building, and three six-story indoor winter gardens that provide ventilation. Each of the gardens will function like a lung in the human body, conditioning, humidifying, or dehumidifying the air.
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Shakespeare in the House
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Shakespeare in the House
The design of the new Shakespeare & Company Center for Production and Performing Arts will transform a portion of an underused field house into a 31,200-square-foot, high-functioning theater arts facility. Inside, large translucent clerestory windows introduce natural daylight while a lighting system adjusts artificial illumination through daylight sensors; outside, an existing drainage swale will be developed into a native wetland garden.
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Carbon Capture is Maine Concern
A proposed coal gasification plant has Wiscasset, ME, citizens exploring the possibilities of carbon storage, which involves injecting carbon dioxide into underground aquifers that can absorb and hold it. If the plant can store 25 percent of the carbon dioxide it generates, it could have the same impact on global warming as if it used natural gas and oil instead of coal, according to a study released by the developer.

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Today's control rooms are more dynamic, functional, and aesthetically appealing than ever before. Evolving technology, extended operator use, enhanced video monitoring, and a demand for showcase environments have led to major changes in control room design.
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