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Ecospace believes the new MidiStudio will be of particular benefit to households looking for a smaller studio to use as an office or a relaxation space, without the expense of a larger structure.
A modular Ecospace studio provides a contemporary, multi-purpose solution for home working, guest space, a home gym, playroom, or even a full house - in as little as 12 weeks from enquiry to completion (including a typical installation period of about five days).
Ongoing and uncontrolled economic growth therefore risks carrying the economic process (or its inherent metabolism) beyond the boundaries of the ecospace, leading to a destruction of environmental capital with potentially detrimental effects on future welfare.
The research team say this study highlights how global climate is intrinsically linked to processes taking place in the Earth's interior at million year time scales and that these processes can modify ecospace for marine life, driving evolution.
UNIT4 Collaboration Software Ltd is also participating in the 3-year pan-European ECOSPACE project, which aims to ensure every e-Professional in Europe will be empowered for real-time dynamic collaboration by 2012.
The building's Ecospace elevators use one-third of the energy required for hydraulic lifts and don't need oil.
In their day they had been a fair match for the birds, and the two groups divided up aerial ecospace between them, so avoiding conflict.