Rich, productive, and inspiring environments promote human well-being, preserve natural resources, and provide flexibility and resilience for the future.
Dynamic net-zero design communicates a city's reinvention as a high-tech hub.
Dynamic design rethinks the high-rise facade, reducing embodied energy by combining structure and skin.
Strong sculptural forms express the University's ambition to be a force for meaningful change.
Performing at 39% below energy code, this residence hall is more efficient than 77% of the dormitories we're monitoring.
Birch Bayh is a model citizen, serving its city in ways its original designers never could have imagined.
The new façade and interior upgrades reinvigorate the GSA workplace brand, making office space more attractive to potential tenants.
This demonstration building is the largest zero energy-capable, mixed-use facility in the United States.
Inspired collaborations: undergraduates feel empowered by hands-on discovery.
Prominently sited alongside a highway, this signature campus gateway communicates the intellectual rigor that is a hallmark of the Jesuit tradition.
The new building creates a distinguished sense of place, welcoming all employees and visitors to the federal campus.
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