Leading by Example: Biophilic design can be integrated as framework on projects to create restorative buildings and vibrant, healthy communities. Check out this presentation, the third installment of the Biophilic Webinar Series
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Lugar: Centro de Eventos Pedregal – San Antonio de Belén
Join us for the Net Positive Energy Buildings in the second installment of the Energy Petal Webinar Series!
In the first quarter of 2015, the United States installed 1,306 megawatts of solar photovoltaics to reach 21.3 gigawatts of total installed capacity, enough to power 4.3 million American homes. There are nearly 300 projects registered for the Living Building Challenge right now. And buildings like the Bullitt Center in Seattle, which achieved Full Living Building Certification in April, generated 60% more energy than it used in 2014. Californians are leading the way in renewable energy, in 2014 they installed more solar than the entire country did between 1970 to 2011.
Learn how to design and create Net Zero Energy Buildings in our new 5-part Energy Petal Webinar Series.
New technologies are entering and changing the Net Zero Energy market each year. How do they effect design decisions you might otherwise make? This presentation is part of the 5-Part Net Zero Energy Webinar Series
Join Cairo Facilitator Amira to learn all about the Living Building Challenge, and potential applications for the Challenge in North Africa and the Middle East.
Join Brad Liljequist for a presentation of Net Positive Energy: Power and the Living Building Challenge in Olympia. Admission includes a copy of the Power of Zero: Learning from the World's Leading Net Zero Energy Buildings - a $40 value.
Mahlum Architects designed this exceptional student housing project, which is seeking LEED Gold Certification and features solar access to accommodate the ceremonial needs of the adjacent Many Nations Longhouse directly to the north of the site.U of O worked closely with representatives of the tribal community and nationally known architect and UO alumnus Johnpaul Jones, who designed the Many Nations Longhouse, in ensuring the site is compatible with cultural traditions and tribal ceremonies.
We need to rethink sustainable building design as more than a promise for long-term financial, economical, and environmental benefits. Will our buildings provide safe harbor from the impacts of climate change and natural disasters?
It is proven that harnessing the principles of Biophilic design can improve the environmental and economic performance of a space, as well as improving quality of life for clients. Find out more in this installment of the Biophilic Webinar Series