In this episode, architect Terry Beaubois discusses how modern technology can be used to create home and office space that’s functional, versatile, aesthetically pleasing and ecologically sound. Terry, who’s been involved in creating new architectural models for many years, was the director of the ecoSMART house project in Bozeman, Montana that won the “House of the Year” Award from the U.S. Green Building Council. Believing that housing designs prepared for astronauts in space could also be applied to earthbound structures, he chaired the Advanced Technology Application Committee, a joint effort of NASA and the American Institute of Architects. He was also the founding director of the Creative Research Lab at Montana State University. Martin Wasserman hosts.