The latest version of the green building program puts greater emphasis on resiliency, regeneration, equity, community, and materials transparency.
The International Living Future Institute has announced the newest version of the Living Building Challenge.
International engineering firm Buro Happold integrates sustainability into every aspect of design.
The self-sustaining prototype sets a higher bar for sustainable school design.
Tyson Living Learning Center steps up to the Living Building Challenge.
Net-zero waste requires designers to dive into the nitty-gritty while maintaining a big-picture outlook.
Designed by Coldham & Hartman Architects, the educational facility passed all criteria for the world's most comprehensive design- and performance-based building standard.
The “stubbornly beautiful” dandelion is an apt icon for the International Living Future Institute’s Living Building Challenge, the most ambitious green certification criteria to date, which encompasses a regenerative philosophy, advocacy platform, and certification program.
Considered by many to be the most stringent standard in North America, the Living Building Challenge forces green designers to question every building practice and product.
Denis Hayes, CEO of Seattle's Bullitt Foundation, talked to ECO-STRUCTURE about the client side of a Living Building Challenge project.
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