Designers, builders, employers and property owners need to “go beyond simple LEED standards” in their commitment to healthy buildings, a leading construction industry management consultant argues in a recent paper.
A major article on the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design in Architect Magazine offers a big-picture perspective that’s helpful for those of us who are very close to the project.
In most cases, it’s clients who drive the ambitions of deep-green buildings. But how can architectural firms lay the groundwork for more projects that push the boundaries of sustainability?
The Kendeda Building drives design for an innovative floor deck that could address energy, materials and equity issues in a sustainable building.
Atlanta Magazine honored the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design this week with a Groundbreaker Award in “innovation and new ideas.”
Increasingly, green building project teams have attempted to incorporate biophilic design into their projects, but often their efforts amount to adding trees and plants or water features to their buildings. Read this excerpt from Creating Biophilic Buildings by Amanda Sturgeon.
Roll through this photo story on the construction launch for the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design.
A Singaporean hospital wins first the Stephen S. Kellert Award, and the International Living Future Institute unveils an online tool to showcase biophilic design.