Amalia Erenwine—an environmental activist working in New York City as an architectural intern—takes on the natural gas industry in this visionary eco-fiction book by architect Maia Kumari Gilman. Amalia rails against the underwriting of her employer's work by a natural gas company involved with fracking. She clashes with the gas company's petroleum geologist, executive Mark Stone—and yet, a hurricane of personal and continental proportions triggers the two of them to open their minds to a new world view.
|Publisher:||ASEI Arts, a division of Light Vibe LLC|
|Edition description:||2nd ed.|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.02(d)|
About the Author
She maintains a private architectural practice in residential, commercial and institutional design and works as a consultant to larger firms on design and construction administration. With a background that ranges from the single family home to the scale of United Nations' consultations, Maia is poised to address the challenges of the day through design. She works on short and long term consultations in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania where she holds current licenses to practice architecture. She maintains a LEED-AP BD+C accreditation and is NCARB-certified to gain reciprocal licenses to practice architecture across North America.