Anthropocene Mag.

Tiny houses and great cathedrals, carbon-neutral skyscrapers and Airstream trailers: architecture is among the greatest of human crafts. Just imagine if the same ingenuity and vision were devoted to building homes for animals.

We’re happy to announce (all be-it a little late) the excellent “habitecture” write-up in Anthropocene Magazine by Brandon Keim. Enjoy!


And while we’re here, let’s pause to point out the new and very exciting digital publication: Anthropocene. Anthropocene is a “digital, print, and live magazine in which the world’s most creative writers, designers, scientists, and entrepreneurs explore how we can create a sustainable human age we actually want to live in.” Their mission is to “curate a global conversation about data, technology, and innovation that lead to solutions to the persistent environmental challenges of our time. Much like Foreign Policy, MIT Technology Review, and Harvard Business Review have done for their respective fields, we aim to build a thought-leader publication for the sustainability and development world.”

We should all become members!


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