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William Maclay (October 18, 1985)01:10:47

William Maclay discusses architectural issues related to sustainability, which he characterizes as “a balance of ecological systems.” He argues that the “mechanistic view” of the world needs to be replaced by a biological and ecological perspective. He cites Machu Picchu as an example of a historically sustainable environment. Maclay talks about the experimental house he built, natural resources and projects in Vermont where he lives.

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