Alan Hedge

Cornell University

Guest

Professor of Design and Environmental Analysis at Cornell University

Alan Hedge on KCRW

It’s hot out so we’ve been having this debate around our office lately: air conditioning, or au naturel? Things can get… pretty heated. The office debate is one thing.

Air-Conditioning Wars

It’s hot out so we’ve been having this debate around our office lately: air conditioning, or au naturel? Things can get… pretty heated. The office debate is one thing.

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