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  • Yesterday, dreams came true. Visions were realized. Awards were presented. And a room of hundreds rallied behind the endeavors of local StartUps - missions that were once just an idea in someone’s mind, now building increasing momentum for lasting impact! This is TENWEST.
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    @tenwestfest

    Tucson Convention Center

    Yesterday, dreams came true. Visions were realized. Awards were presented. And a room of hundreds rallied behind the endeavors of local StartUps - missions that were once just an idea in someone’s mind, now building increasing momentum for lasting impact! This is TENWEST.

  •  41  4  16 hours ago
  • This past Tuesday, Curtis + Rogers had the opportunity of participating in the Sea Level Rise Code Workshop hosted by AIA Miami and the Sea Level Rise Task Force. The goal of this workshop was to brainstorm strategies for updating the Miami 21 zoning code so that it may reflect adaptations to sea level rise. Four multi-disciplinary teams were created each focusing on a different site and building typology: Site (Open Space), Existing Building, New Building, and Building + Site.
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Aida Curtis, part of the Site (Open Space) team, made recommendations to increase pervious areas- perhaps floodable  open space, bringing shade to mitigate the urban heat island effect, and creating connections to adjacent urban fabric. Jennie Rogers, on the New Building team, made a point on the value of using green infrastructure to capture rainwater, highlighting the Bosco Verticale (Vertical Forest) in Milan, Italy as an example. On the Building and Site team, Mariana Boldu focused on how building and site strategies need to be integrated as systems that work together and how we need to pay more attention to the synergies of green and gray working in partnership, restructuring their assessment around performance-based metrics to increase climate resilience and adaptation solutions.
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Overall, the workshop emphasized that multidisciplinary collaboration is critical in order to develop resiliency guidelines and updates to Miami 21. C+R was very thankful to have been invited to this workshop and we look forward to all the ways that our recommendations may be implemented in the future.
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#landscapearchitecture #urbandesign #architecture #collaboration #workshop #greeninfrastructure #sealevelrise #womeninlandscapearchitecture #minorityownedbusiness
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    @curtisrogersstudio

    This past Tuesday, Curtis + Rogers had the opportunity of participating in the Sea Level Rise Code Workshop hosted by AIA Miami and the Sea Level Rise Task Force. The goal of this workshop was to brainstorm strategies for updating the Miami 21 zoning code so that it may reflect adaptations to sea level rise. Four multi-disciplinary teams were created each focusing on a different site and building typology: Site (Open Space), Existing Building, New Building, and Building + Site.
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    Aida Curtis, part of the Site (Open Space) team, made recommendations to increase pervious areas- perhaps floodable open space, bringing shade to mitigate the urban heat island effect, and creating connections to adjacent urban fabric. Jennie Rogers, on the New Building team, made a point on the value of using green infrastructure to capture rainwater, highlighting the Bosco Verticale (Vertical Forest) in Milan, Italy as an example. On the Building and Site team, Mariana Boldu focused on how building and site strategies need to be integrated as systems that work together and how we need to pay more attention to the synergies of green and gray working in partnership, restructuring their assessment around performance-based metrics to increase climate resilience and adaptation solutions.
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    Overall, the workshop emphasized that multidisciplinary collaboration is critical in order to develop resiliency guidelines and updates to Miami 21. C+R was very thankful to have been invited to this workshop and we look forward to all the ways that our recommendations may be implemented in the future.
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    #landscapearchitecture #urbandesign #architecture #collaboration #workshop #greeninfrastructure #sealevelrise #womeninlandscapearchitecture #minorityownedbusiness

  •  24  3  18 hours ago
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    @19nineteen_ninety90

    Good Morning CEO’s! 🌞
    1️⃣Business Plans
    2️⃣Marketing Strategy
    3️⃣Business consulting
    4️⃣Startup Consulting
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    🔲 FREE 20min Consultation 🖱CLICK THE LINK IN BIO

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  • #DidYouKnow- Minorities take up 32% of the population, but only 18% of businesses in America are minority-owned... just 18!!⁣⁣
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I just got my hair done at @bishops.sanjosedowntown, but it’s more than just a haircut. ⁣⁣
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This company is not only minority-owned, but the founder is Filipino 😝🇵🇭 He is a child of immigrants (as am I), so you know I have to show my support!
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If you visit the shop & show this post- you get 25% off your first service!⁣⁣
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& even if you’re not in SJ, they have a ton sprinkled through out the US. Look em up!⁣⁣
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#SupportMinorities ✊🏻⁣⁣
#PERIODT!!
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    @islahoney

    Bishops

    #DidYouKnow- Minorities take up 32% of the population, but only 18% of businesses in America are minority-owned... just 18!!⁣⁣
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    I just got my hair done at @bishops.sanjosedowntown, but it’s more than just a haircut. ⁣⁣
    ⁣⁣
    This company is not only minority-owned, but the founder is Filipino 😝🇵🇭 He is a child of immigrants (as am I), so you know I have to show my support!
    ⁣⁣
    If you visit the shop & show this post- you get 25% off your first service!⁣⁣
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    & even if you’re not in SJ, they have a ton sprinkled through out the US. Look em up!⁣⁣
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    #SupportMinorities ✊🏻⁣⁣
    #PERIODT!!

  •  781  71  13 August, 2019
  • Happy Monday!! Looks like we have some new friends so I thought I would quickly introduce myself. My name is Chris, and I have been alcohol free for 4,505 days in a row. I was licensed counselor for over 8 years, and I started Sans Bar in 2017 in response to a problem I saw over and over again in both my personal and professional life. People would decide to stop drinking, but they struggled to find new sober connections, so they returned to an unhealthy (and sometimes lethal) way of living. Making a choice to stop drinking is deeply personal, and I acknowledge that each person must walk a path that works for them. No matter the path, we're more successful when we walk with others. That is the mission of Sans Bar. We provide a sober, safe, and inclusive space to authentically connect sans booze. I also am also an individual thriving despite mental health concerns (major depression and anxiety to be exact), so it is really important to me that we engineer a safe environment. We have a brick and mortar location in east Austin, and have expanded our presence this year with the #sansbarnationaltour and our sister pop-up bars @sansbarkc @sansbarmass that offer our brand of satisfying mocktails and fun filled opportunities to create community. While I'm proud of all those accomplishments, what makes me smile is watching a guest come in alone and leave with new sober friends. Speaking of friends, I would LOVE to learn more about you. Please tell me a little bit about yourself if you feel comfortable doing so (I'm not just saying that to be polite, I really dig meeting new people). Also, If you have a question about anything, ask away.
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    @sans_bar

    Austin, Texas

    Happy Monday!! Looks like we have some new friends so I thought I would quickly introduce myself. My name is Chris, and I have been alcohol free for 4,505 days in a row. I was licensed counselor for over 8 years, and I started Sans Bar in 2017 in response to a problem I saw over and over again in both my personal and professional life. People would decide to stop drinking, but they struggled to find new sober connections, so they returned to an unhealthy (and sometimes lethal) way of living. Making a choice to stop drinking is deeply personal, and I acknowledge that each person must walk a path that works for them. No matter the path, we're more successful when we walk with others. That is the mission of Sans Bar. We provide a sober, safe, and inclusive space to authentically connect sans booze. I also am also an individual thriving despite mental health concerns (major depression and anxiety to be exact), so it is really important to me that we engineer a safe environment. We have a brick and mortar location in east Austin, and have expanded our presence this year with the #sansbarnationaltour and our sister pop-up bars @sansbarkc @sansbarmass that offer our brand of satisfying mocktails and fun filled opportunities to create community. While I'm proud of all those accomplishments, what makes me smile is watching a guest come in alone and leave with new sober friends. Speaking of friends, I would LOVE to learn more about you. Please tell me a little bit about yourself if you feel comfortable doing so (I'm not just saying that to be polite, I really dig meeting new people). Also, If you have a question about anything, ask away.

  •  426  79  17 June, 2019