Events

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Presentation for the Sustainable Living Fair

Presentation for the Sustainable Living Fair

I’m giving a Passive Solar presentation at the Sustainable Living Fair. Today it’s a gorgeous, sunny day, but just in case it gets cloudy,

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The Significance of the Winter Solstice

The Significance of the Winter Solstice

Today is December 21st, the day of the winter solstice. It is the shortest day of the year in terms of daylight as the sun ‘travels’ its lowest and shortest arc through the sky*.

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TAXI – A Mixed Use Community

TAXI – A Mixed Use Community

Last weekend, Doors Open Denver, an annual event that celebrates architecture and design took place. Buildings throughout the Denver area opened their doors to the public for the purpose of browsing through, gawking at, absorbing, experiencing and celebrating the beauty of architecture. This year’s theme was modernism. One of the sites that I visited was [...]

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Doors Open Denver 2011

This April, many of Denver’s iconic buildings will be opening up their doors to strut their architectural beauty.  Doors Open Denver celebrates innovation and design within architecture. Doors Open Denver is a free event that takes place the weekend of April 16 – 17, 2011. Participating buildings and organizations open their doors to let viewers [...]

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The 20 Teams in the 2011 Solar Decathlon

The 20 Teams in the 2011 Solar Decathlon

Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy, this challenge is a process that takes collegiate teams over 2 years of development. It culminates in the construction and showcase of their solar powered homes.

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ASES National Solar Conference 2010

ASES National Solar Conference 2010

The American Solar Energy Society will be having their annual conference in Phoenix, Arizona from Monday, May 17 through Saturday, May 22nd, 2010.

 Keya Lea

Doors Open Denver 2010

Doors Open Denver 2010

Doors Open Denver celebrates innovation and design within architecture. Participating buildings open their doors to let viewers look, experience and examine the buildings at their leisure.