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From rethinking the concept of the automobile (car as nutrition!) to the "semiology of extreme danger" (nuclear power plants), to McDonough's declaration of interdependence: which he calls The Hanover Principles, this dialogue has more new ideas per minute than all those found in line at the patent office. Spirituality is brought to the labs of the bioengineering industry, horizontal chimneys to Chinese coal fired power plants and this second in the special three-hour series recorded at Monticello, Thomas Jefferson's home and architectural masterpiece concludes with musings on the existence of good and evil and a look at the spiritual practitioner as celebrant. Time magazine named William McDonough a "Hero for the Planet" in 1999.
William McDonough is an anticipatory design architect. But more than that he is a philosopher for the 21st century and is asking some of the most critical questions we should be thinking about in these challenging times. He’s the former Dean of the Architecture Department at the University of Virginia, and was named “Hero of the Planet” by Time magazine. He’s also the winner of three U.S. presidential awards including the Presidential Award for Sustainable Development.
He is the author with his partner, Michael Braungart, of:
To learn more about the work of William McDonough go to www.McDonough.com and www.c2ccertified.org.
Host: Michael Toms Interview Date: 5/17/2001 Program Number: 2901
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