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Ned Dodington

Ned Dodington

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  • Comment on: Top 10: Architecture for pets

    Ned Dodington's comment 21-Aug-2009 1:16 pm

    Peter, The need for architects to responsibly consider the "natural" environment and the other beings that reside within it is, I feel, one of the most important issues facing architects now and at any time. The day-to-day ability to maintain the practice of architecture is only a fraction of the duties of an architect. And while the content here may be of a light-hearted nature the implications are far reaching.

  • Comment on: Top 10: Architecture for pets

    Ned Dodington's comment 21-Aug-2009 3:21 am

    Peter, The need for architects to responsibly consider the "natural" environment and the other beings that reside within it is, I feel, one of the most important issues facing architects now and at any time. The day-to-day ability to maintain the practice of architecture is only a fraction of the duties of an architect. And while the content here may be of a light-hearted nature the implications are far reaching.

  • Comment on: Top 10: Architecture for pets

    Ned Dodington's comment 20-Aug-2009 9:29 pm

    Excellent Content. It's exciting and encouraging to see this kind of work reaching a wider audience. For more information and commentary about the above story and many other animal architecture topics please check out www.animalarchitecture.org

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