The International Living Future Institute has announced the newest version of the Living Building Challenge.
The self-sustaining prototype sets a higher bar for sustainable school design.
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.
Net-zero waste requires designers to dive into the nitty-gritty while maintaining a big-picture outlook.
Denis Hayes, CEO of Seattle's Bullitt Foundation, talked to ECO-STRUCTURE about the client side of a Living Building Challenge project.
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 International Living Future Institute's annual event to be held in Portland, Ore.
Tyson Living Learning Center steps up to the Living Building Challenge.
Ron Rochon, managing partner at the Miller Hull Partnership, shares how designing the Bullitt Center, which is aiming for Living Building certification, changed his firm's design processes.
The green-building program wins the $100,000 prize to further develop and scale its work.