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STUDENTS EXPERIMENT WITH 'QUAD SPACE'

by Tracy Will

THESIS PROJECT INVOLVES COMFORT IN SMALL PLACES

Thu, Aug 20th 2009 08:30 am

BUFFALO NEWS Article, Published 6/29/09

By Brian Hayden, NEWS BUSINESS REPORTER

Howell Street residents in the Black Rock neighborhood of Buffalo first began noticing the renovations of the 600-square-foot, 1850’s brick house several months ago.

The refurbishment of 139 Howell St. is no ordinary modernization. The graduate degree of four University at Buffalo architecture graduate students depends on it.

Full Article: http://www.buffalonews.com/145/story/718197.html

Hayden, Brian. (2009, June 29). Students experiment with 'Quad Space'; Thesis project involves comfort in small places.  Buffalo News.

 

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HOW TO GREEN YOUR HOLIDAY DECOR
Make your own ornaments and decorations.  Once upon a time, decorating the home and tree was a family event, why not bring that back?  Go on a scavenger hunt with the kids and find items around the house and the yard that can be `recycled` into holiday ornaments.  It will provide hours of family fun, and when you use as many `found` objects as possible, you'll be teaching the kids how to reduce, reuse and recycle at the same time!

 

Think green when decorating for your holiday festivities by following these tips.

 

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