Posts tagged 'leed'


Siemens’ office by Sheppard Robson

Seward’s Success was a planned city proposed for Prudhoe Bay in Alaska following the discovery of oil there in 1968. The radical plans, commissioned by Tandy Industries of

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The Crystal by Wilkinson Eyre

The proportion of the world that dwells in cities is set to rise from one half to two-thirds by 2050, and The Crystal, designed by

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The Packard Foundation by EHDD

Nestled in the leafy community of Los Altos, California, this headquarters for one of the world’s wealthiest charitable foundations serves as a physical representation of


Greening existing buildings

Ken Giannini, the newly appointed Interior Design Director for Scott Brownrigg, discusses the ins and outs of bringing existing office stock up to current standards


LEEDing the way

Words by Peter Sobchak Peter Sobchak visits the bright, airy Toronto studio of international design behemoth HOK, one of the most environmentally conscious workspaces in



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