Articles tagged with: Zero Energy
adaptive reuse, aia seattle, BetterBricks, Bullitt, eric anderson, integrated design, kmd architects, machias elementary school, Puget Sound IDL, seattle city, sustainable design, WMIG, Zero Energy
The 2012 What Makes it Green Award Winners were announced April 18th, at Seattle City Hall. Established over a decade ago, by the AIA Seattle Committee on the Environment… (COTE), these awards recognize outstanding regional sustainable design, through a process designed to help other design professionals and interested parties to
BetterBricks, daily journal of commerce, energy performance, Green, International Living Future Institute, Living Building Challenge, Net Zero Buildings, Zero Energy
Earlier this year, we covered the launch of the International Living Future Institute’s Net Zero Energy Certification. The certification, which is the first program that provides third party certification of net zero energy performance, builds upon the Living Building Challenge framework made up imperatives focusing on performance criteria. Read …
The following review of ZGF’s experience with the 2030 Commitment is the third part of our consideration of the 2030 Commitment and its impact upon Pacific Northwest architecture firms. Part 1, summarizing national results and the experience of Mithun Architects can be read here. Part 2 discussed NBBJ’s experience…
BetterBricks, daylighting, energy modeling, new buildings institute, Rice Furgus Miller, Zero Energy
This post originally appeared in New Buildings Institute’s ZNE Newsletter.
Rice Fergus Miller Zero-Energy Capable Building | Bremerton, WA…
With an Energy Use Intensity (EUI) in the low 20′s, the Rice Fergus Miller Office and Studio is one of the best performing buildings in the Northwest. Certified as LEED Platinum, the existing building
International Living Future Institute, Living Building Challenge, Net Zero, Net Zero Energy Building Certification, Zero Energy
The International Living Future Institute, responding to market demand, has launched the Net Zero Energy Building Certification…, the first program that provides third party certification of net zero energy performance. Building upon the success of the Institute’s Living Building Challenge (“LBC”) the new initiative is designed to address
Alison Kwok, ASHRAE Student Chapter, BetterBricks, Net Zero Buildings, university of oregon, Zero Energy
Analytical software? Diagnostic tools? Have you started putting a toolkit together? Do you know where you’d begin?
A team of University of Oregon undergraduate architecture students, members of the UO student ASHRAE… (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers) chapter, will soon be able to provide some advice.
Are you hankering to design an ambitious Net-Zero Energy Building (NZEB), but you just can’t overcome your assessment of the potential risk? Ever wanted the designers and project managers who have been there before you to whisper lessons learned into your ear? Well, here’s your chance to hear from some…