The International Living Future Institute has announced the newest version of the Living Building Challenge.
Denis Hayes, CEO of Seattle's Bullitt Foundation, talked to ECO-STRUCTURE about the client side of a Living Building Challenge project.
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.
Tyson Living Learning Center steps up to the Living Building Challenge.
The green-building program wins the $100,000 prize to further develop and scale its work.
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.
The self-sustaining prototype sets a higher bar for sustainable school design.
The International Living Future Institute's annual event to be held in Portland, Ore.
The administration postpones its decision on which green-building system to use, and announces it is taking comments for the next 60 days on how the federal government can best use LEED 2009, Green Globes, and the Living Building Challenge.
Regenerative Design chair Bob Berkebile looks at how new directions in design are taking their cues from the past and leading us toward nurturing buildings, homes, and communities connected with nature.