Tag: Living Building Challenge certified

A Most Sustainable, Modular Classroom

I’ve been wanting to write this post ever since spending time last summer in company of a bright, knowledgeable, talented and articulate go-getter architect by the name of Stacy Smedley. She was a lead designer of the Bertschi School Living

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Homage to “The World’s Greenest Commercial Building” – Pt 2 of 2

Continuing yesterday’s post about the Bullitt Center (Pt 1), I’ll recopy the Living Building Challenge Imperatives summary that are relevant to today’s post: Energy: A solar array generates as much electricity as the building uses (actually 60% more than we

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Homage to “The World’s Greenest Commercial Building” – Pt 1 of 2

The focus of this blog must return to its origins, now and then. Namely, how to design, build and operate very energy-efficient and environmentally sustainable buildings. What’s the world’s most sustainable commercial building? That’d be the 50K sq. ft. 6-story

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