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In 2008, architect and educator Billie Faircloth left a career in academia to assume the newly formed role of research director at Philadelphia-based practice KieranTimberlake. In the years since, she has not only formed a transdisciplinary team of researchers, but also spearheaded a number of the firm’s landmark projects. From the Revit plug-in Tally and the app Roast (which allow architects to measure the embodied carbon of their structures during the design process and conduct post-occupancy surveys, respectively) to her 2015 book on the complicated history of plastics in the building industry and her ongoing development of design tools for Mongolia, these achievements, as Faircloth told Azure, are part of a simple yet effective...

5 Things We Learned from Billie Faircloth of KieranTimberlake

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