Other stories by Laurie Grant

  • InterfaceFLOR AxTile Too

    AxTile Too is a carpet tile collection boasting saturated color and patterns.

  • Armstrong Migrations Bio-Based Tile

    Bio-Based tile, or BBT, uses a polymer called BioStride that contains bio-based rapidly renewable ingredients.

  • University of Illinois Business Instructional Facility

    The Business Instructional Facility at the University of Illinois College of Business in Champaign, Ill., meets students’ needs for classroom and study space while incorporating sustainability measures that students lobbied for, earning it LEED Platinum certification from the U.S. Green Building...

  • Tustin Centre Office Phase II

    Tustin Centre Office Phase II in Santa Ana, Calif., recently received Gold certification through LEED Core and Shell.

  • St. Bartholomew's Chapel

    In 2007, the Poomacha wildfire claimed St. Bartholomew’s chapel on the Rincon Reservation, Valley Center, Calif., leaving only the chapel’s bell tower intact. Part of the rebuild includes a 5.7-kw solar panel system on standing seam metal roofing.

  • Princeton Charter School

    To help combat space constraints, Princeton Charter School in Princeton, N.J., recently opened a new 17,000-square-foot campus center, a multi-use facility that houses a sports complex as well as music and art classrooms.

  • Women and Infants Hospital

    Designed by Anshen + Allen's Boston office, the new five-story South Pavilion at the Women and Infants Hospital in Providence, R.I., has received LEED Gold certification.

  • One Phoenix Row

    Insurance provider The Phoenix Co.’s One American Row building in Hartford, Conn., recently achieved LEED for Existing Buildings Silver certification from the USGBC.

  • Shanghai Corporate Pavilion

    ESI Design crafts a World Expo pavilion to reflect Shanghai's future and commitment to social and environmental responsibility.

  • University of Virginia Medical Center

    While it is known for its Thomas Jefferson-inspired architecture, the University of Virginia goes modular with a new addition to its medical center.