Building, design meet quality of life at exhibit
by Margot Carvallo
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“Design for Healthy Living” demystifies Atlanta as a green city and shows residents how living in a healthier city is a possible solution. The exhibition, open through Aug. 9 at the Museum of Design Atlanta in Midtown, “explores the impact of the ...

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