1 April 2009 | Posted inSustainable Design, Video
Posted by John
Chip Crawford is the founder and director of HOK’s global Planning Group. He has been at HOK for 25 years, and here he is in episode number 25.
On connecting people to nature.
On the importance of green thinking at a regional scale.
Previous edition of ITDS: Chuck Siconolfi
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