It is well known that buildings and construction consume a lot of energy, often more than is necessary as artificial heating and cooling systems compensate for poorly considered layouts. Climate-responsive design works to rectify this problem, substantially minimizing energy use and avoiding the long-term negative financial and environmental impacts of wasteful energy consumption while also making more healthy and pleasurable places to live. An ethical architect will always advocate for the ongoing benefits of building as sustainably

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