A range of project types, with a majority from the West Coast, round out this year’s Top Ten Green Projects from the American Institute of Architects Committee on the Environment.
A KieranTimberlake-designed student housing project capitalizes on its sunny, breezy location.
A mixed-use development by Milwaukee’s Continuum Architects + Planners turns a blighted block into a showpiece.
ZGF Architects designs a flexible, sustainable building that fosters collaboration and a connection to the outdoors.
Designed by Ross Barney Architects, a Midwest educational facility serves as a living laboratory for high-performance building techniques.
A California school centered on ecological instruction gets a sustainable makeover and addition from EHDD.
An affordable housing development designed by Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects transformed a vacant property into a community asset.
A 1933 experiment in sustainable living is updated and improved, resulting in an affordable house with extreme resource-use reductions.
Lake|Flato Architects integrates private development and public spaces to create a vibrant urban destination.
KMD Architects works with city officials to create a world-class sustainable building that fits in with its classical surroundings.
Brooks + Scarpa sets a new standard for the home office with a light-filled, breezy live–work space.
A past COTE Top Ten Green Project, designed by Aidlin Darling Design, outperforms expectations and earns more recognition.
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