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"From the Ted Talk by Norman Foster: My green agenda for architecture"

Unscramble the Blue Letters

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Our Reichstag _______, which has a very familiar ______, I'm sure, as a public place where we sought to, in a way, through a process of advocacy, reinterpret the relationship between society and ___________, public space. And maybe its hidden agenda, an energy manifesto — something that would be free, completely free of fuel as we know it. So it would be totally _________. And again, the humanistic sketch, the ___________ into the public space, but this very, very much a part of the ecology. But here, not having to model it for real. Obviously the wind tunnel had a place, but the _______ now with the computer to explore, to plan, to see how that would work in terms of the forces of nature: natural ventilation, to be able to model the _______ below, and to look at _______. A combination of biomass, aquifers, burning _________ oil — a process that, quite interestingly, was developed in Eastern Germany, at the time of its __________ on the Soviet Bloc.

Solution

  1. dependence
  2. biomass
  3. chamber
  4. translation
  5. project
  6. agenda
  7. politicians
  8. renewable
  9. vegetable
  10. ability

Original Text

Our Reichstag project, which has a very familiar agenda, I'm sure, as a public place where we sought to, in a way, through a process of advocacy, reinterpret the relationship between society and politicians, public space. And maybe its hidden agenda, an energy manifesto — something that would be free, completely free of fuel as we know it. So it would be totally renewable. And again, the humanistic sketch, the translation into the public space, but this very, very much a part of the ecology. But here, not having to model it for real. Obviously the wind tunnel had a place, but the ability now with the computer to explore, to plan, to see how that would work in terms of the forces of nature: natural ventilation, to be able to model the chamber below, and to look at biomass. A combination of biomass, aquifers, burning vegetable oil — a process that, quite interestingly, was developed in Eastern Germany, at the time of its dependence on the Soviet Bloc.

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