Posts Tagged ‘Tom Leppert’

Dallas Observer’s front page feature on Re:Vision Dallas

Imagine, if you will, a utopia smack in the heart of downtown Dallas. In this green, sustainable building of tomorrow, you might roll out of bed, take a shower and find your runoff water feeding vegetation growing on the roof and walls, upon which you’ll feast later that night. Or maybe you’ll move downtown and…

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Huffington Post: Bush Home Town to Get the Greenest City Block in America

Hat tip to Cameron Sinclair: It’s enough to make a San Franciscans choke on their morning bowl of organic hand-rolled granola but Dallas, the new home town of President Bush, is developing the greenest city block in America through a competition called Re:Vision Dallas. The competition is the brainchild of Urban Re:Vision, founded by Stacey Frost, and is the sixth…

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Dallas moves forward: Urban Re:Vision picks winning designs

Soon, a single block will be transformed into a place that creates economies, supports community, facilitates relationships and generates resources. The winners of Re:Vision Dallas have created plans that challenged us, engaged us and inspired us. And their ideas, from local materials and vegetated screens to integrated greenways, will shape how people will live and…

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WIRED joins the social media push for Urban Re:Vision

Dallas: the green frontier The 6th competition in a series, Re:Vision DALLAS is an opportunity to transform an existing city block in Dallas into a model of cutting-edge sustainable practices. We invite you to be part of this ground-breaking effort and help lay the foundation for sustainable urban design, as well as the opportunity to…

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