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A potential fourth form has emerged as well: sustainable obsolescence. This study concluded that a focus on a whole life-cycle approach to the design and operation of health facilities clearly would have benefits. Section 5: Population, Growth and Land use Projections. Proper maintenance of a building is critical to long term service life because it prevents deterioration of less durable materials that can expose additional materials to deterioration.

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This durability is evident in the buildings of Europe and Asia which have survived centuries and millennia. "Future Proof: The Maff Laboratories at York." Architecture today.82 (1997 26-26. Future-proofing is the process of anticipating the future and developing methods of minimizing the effects of shocks and stresses of future events.

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Down to Business, bobby Kerr presents a unique, lively and interactive business show each Saturday at 10am - 12pm. "The Secretary of the Interior's Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties : With Guidelines for Preserving, Rehabilitating, Restoring Reconstructing Historic Buildings." Washington,.C.:.S. In the realm of sustainable environmental issues, future-proof is used generally to describe the ability of a design to resist the impact of potential climate change due to global warming. "Megatrends Driving Planning Education: How Do We Future-Proof Planners?" Australian planner.1 (2009 48-50. By designing in flexibility and adaptability of structures, one may defer the obsolescence and consequent need for demolition and replacement of many health facilities, thereby reducing overall demand for building materials and energy.

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8 Industrial design teaches that future-proof products are timeless, have high durability, and develop ongoing aesthetic and emotional attraction. "Future-Proof Design: Must All Good Things Come to an End?". However, it is clear that soft adaptations such as changes in behavior (such as turning lights off, opening windows for cooling) can have a significant impact on the ability of a building to continue to function as the environment around it changes. This allows retention of materials that have longer service lives rather than disposing of them when removed to perform maintenance.

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Hawke's Bay Water Demand 2050: a Report for Hawke's Bay Regional Council: Page Bloomer Associates Ltd., 28 February 2012. The term "future Proof" used as it relates to the AV industry by Anthony Zamarin in an article published in ProAV magazine June 2007 External links edit. A b Rich, Brian.