“The law of unintended consequences” : Op-ed in The News & Observer

oped News and Observer, July 2015

We all know that architects don’t put lots of glass in buildings intending to kill birds. No, they put there so people inside the building enjoy natural light and beautiful views. So the architects are not to blame, they all mean well and want us happy. However, large amounts of glass take millions of collisions each year, at Duke, one building especially: CIEMAS. The News & Observer, after doing a story about our bird-window collision project, proceeded to write a nice opinion piece on the subject.

Read the article here!

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