Designing Our Cities As Living Organisms [My Ideal City]

Designing Our Cities As Living Organisms [My Ideal City]
Design

PSFK chats with green architecture pioneer Eric Corey Freed about recycled resource systems and their impact on urban development.

PSFK Labs
  • 5 may 2013

As part of our series looking at the future of citiesPSFK.com reached out to experts to get their take on key trends we’ve identified that are currently affecting urban environments. Eric Corey Freed is the founder of organicARCHITECT whose goal is to make every building a green building, and focuses on all types and scales of projects – from designing houses to drafting green policies. He spoke to PSFK.com about how recycled resource systems are helping to build sustainable growth in urban settings and why we should look upon cities as living organisms.

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