The American Institute of Architects and its Committee on the Environment have selected the top ten examples of sustainable architecture and ecological design projects.
The LEED Gold building provides space for all aspects of a traditional campus, with 200,000 square feet of academic space on the first seven floors and 150,000 square feet for a 600 bed student ...
Deep roof overhangs, fin walls, site plantings, and thoughtful window placement provide resilience against heat spikes, relieving high southern and hot western sun.
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The NOBIC serves as an incubator for biotech startups, helping ideas conceived locally to become local jobs and industries.
A new national model for supportive housing for adults with autism, offering life with purpose and dignity.
This adaptive reuse project transforms an early 20th century warehouse into an innovative but functional studio space.
SAMMC is home to a world class burn treatment and recovery unit, and the design both accommodates this function and draws its architectural inspiration from it.
The project was conceived as a replicable prototype for family friendly, energy efficient, urban townhomes.
The Bullitt Center is a high performance urban office building demonstrating a commercially-viable structure with essentially no environmental footprint is possible.