Energy prices and technologies have changed – your building systems should too.
A Steven Winter Associates project, the Taft School Faculty Home, recently received recognition as a USGBC LEED Homes award recipient. This annual recognition highlights projects, developers and builders leading the residential market for sustainable development.
The Washington Post looks beyond the photovoltaic array and extensive grey water system to examine the architectural nuances that make the 'PureBlue' net zero-energy home one of the most efficient in the Washington, DC area.
Please join AIA|DC for a panel discussion with innovative thought leaders on future trends in the field of human centered design. Industry trends are showing an increased interest in design initiatives to further enhance the usability and accessibility of spaces beyond the requirements of federal law. Panelists will share how their groundbreaking design strategies for DeafSpace, autism, and wayfinding are creating inclusive environments that benefit people of all abilities and needs.
What’s driving energy usage from NYC’s largest source of greenhouse gas emissions? Take a look inside NYC’s buildings as we explore the trove of data collected under Local Laws 84 and 87.
SWA Senior Mechanical Engineer, Nicole Ceci, will be speaking along with Urban Green Council's Research Manager, Sean Brennan.