More stories about GEORGIA

  • 2012 AIA COTE Top Ten Green Project: 1315 Peachtree Street

    A civic-focused, adaptive reuse project in downtown Atlanta by Perkins+Will transforms a 1986 office building into a living laboratory and educational tool for sustainable design.

  • Educating the 21st Century Construction Manager

    NewSchool of Architecture and Design’s Thomas-Mobley talks about how construction management plays a key role in delivering on the promise of sustainability.

  • EPA Names Cities with Most Energy Star–Certified Buildings in 2011

    Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. remain on top once again, but Atlanta and Chicago gain ground. Riverside, Calif., and Boston also crack the top 10.

  • Best New Book On Water Resources

    See why Mary Ann Dickinson, of the Alliance For Water Efficiency and Vision 2020 chair, carries this book everywhere.

  • Keeping the Flame Alive

    Doing well by trying to do good.

  • Architecture Aloft

    The adaptive reuse of a Bauhaus-influenced building at the Georgia Institute of Technology includes careful treatment of the building envelope and innovative mechanical systems.

  • Mover and Shaker

    Robert Reed, Assoc. AIA, found a second act pushing for environmental solutions.

  • Across the Institute

    Barcelona, New York, Atlanta, and Washington, D.C.

  • EHDA Honorable Mention: NOGM-3

    NOGM 3 is a model of sustainability, resource efficiency, and superior building practices.

  • Water: A Resource at Risk

    How widespread water shortages, driven by climate change and population growth, are shaping our future.