Washington College’s Semans-Griswold Environmental Hall will provide teaching and research laboratory, academic, and office spaces that embody the environmental science program’s commitment to sustainability and local ecology. The project is pursuing Living Building Challenge Petal Certification and aims to be net-positive for energy, gracefully integrating a 91 kW array on the south-facing roof. The building provides sweeping views of the Chester River landscape its occupants will study, and serves as a teaching tool to educate students and visitors about sustainable design and the mission of the Living Building Challenge.
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Catch one of the terrific sessions that Ayers Saint Gross will be leading at the 2018 ASLA Annual Meeting and Expo.
We’re excited to announce that our firm’s JUST Disclosure went live this week, check it out online here. JUST is […]
We believe sustainable design is great design.
We explored a lot on our blog this year, from floating wetlands to Winston Churchill to equity in design.