Living Buildings Announced By The International Living Building Institute

The Omega Center for Sustainable Living in Rhinebeck, NY. Photo courtesy of Omega Institute for Holistic Studies.

The Omega Center for Sustainable Living in Rhinebeck, NY, designed by BNIM, received Living Building Certification in Oct. 2010 from the International Living Building Institute. Photo (c) Assassi, courtesy BNIM.

The 2,900-square-foot Center opened in May and is located in 2,000 acres of woods, prairie, and ponds 20 miles southwest of the university's Danforth campus

The Tyson Living Learning Center at Washington University in St. Louis is one of several buildings currently striving to meet the demands of the Living Building Challenge.

Eco-Sense, a home in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, designed by its owners, Ann and Gord Baird, received partial recognition, dubbed Petal Recognition, from the International Living Building Institute under the Living Building Challenge in Oct. 2010. Photo courtesy Ann and Gord Baird.

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