Architecture 2030 May 14, 2013
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The 2030 Palette Arrives in Beta!

Architecture 2030 has unveiled a beta release of the 2030 Palette (2030palette.org), a revolutionary new platform that puts the principles behind low-carbon and resilient built environments at the fingertips of architects, planners, and designers worldwide.

The 2030 Palette is an interactive web-based guide to actions, that when applied locally, will catalyze a global transformation of the built environment – from interconnected transportation and habitat networks that span entire regions, to passive design applications that can daylight, heat or cool a building using site energy sources. With stunning graphics and an intuitive user-interface, the 2030 Palette contains the best current information available – carefully curated and complemented by powerful visuals and clear-cut language – to make highly complex principles memorable and accessible.

This is the latest innovation from Architecture 2030 to accelerate the Building Sector’s transformation – ensuring that buildings and communities consume fewer fossil fuels, make use of site renewable energy resources, complement and preserve natural ecosystems, and can adapt to climatic changes.


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The 2030 Palette has been released on a preliminary basis to a select group of over 500 professionals: architects, planners, designers, developers, policymakers, and educators. A full public release is scheduled for November 2013. Invitations to participate in the beta release are being sent out on a rolling basis.
Sign up at 2030palette.org.

The 2030 Palette Blog (Live Now!)

For insight and analysis on the 2030 Palette and to stay up-to-date on new features and developments, check out the 2030 Palette Blog. The site features in-depth interviews with industry experts, previews of Swatch content, case studies, image examples, and more.
Visit blog.2030palette.org.

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The 2030 Palette® is a federally registered trademark of 2030, Inc. / Architecture 2030.
 
           
 

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