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#154 - You're Paying For It

We’ve all been there—compromise or stubbornly continue? Archispeak advises a student on how to proceed on a final project.

Photo by Evan Troxel

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Links

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  1. Sustainable Concrete

  2. Sustainability | US Concrete

  3. Using Low-Impact Materials: Sustainable Concrete | ASLA

  4. CalEarth

  5. Nader Khalili

  6. Paolo Soleri

Music

The music for this episode is Everything and More by System Kid. You can buy their music on iTunes. Support the band!

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