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August 28 to September 3, 2016

The recently completed U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis features transparent glass on its facade that could injure or kill birds in collisions, according to critics. The National Football League’s Vikings and stadium officials have decided to fund a $300,000 scientific bird study to determine the extent of the problem, if any, before installing any sort of bird deterrent. Good or bad decision?


Good idea; we should take a close look at how any addition to the landscape affects the ecosystem around it.
Bad idea; the birds live and die by survival of the fittest. This type of study is waste of time and resources.

Voting for this poll closed on Saturday, September 3, 2016



Tagged categories: Aesthetics; Architecture; Building design; Design

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