Projects

EDF and LEED: An Evolution (Part 2)

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d. This is part 2 of a 2-part series on how LEED has evolved over the past decade. Using the Environmental Defense Fund–â„¢s Washington, DC, office as a comparative basis, David Kay and Carissa Gavin dig into the requirements for certification as they have progressed with new standards and technologies.

Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) and LEED: An Evolution (Part I)

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This is part 1 of a 2-part series on how LEED has evolved over the past decade. Using the Environmental Defense Fund–â„¢s Washington, DC, office as a comparative basis, David Kay and Carissa Gavin dig into the requirements for certification as they have progressed with new standards and technologies.

Perkins+Will: Sustainable Design in DC

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The Washington, DC office of Perkins+Will was designed as part of transformative process recasting the practice into the future. It is also a manifestation of a core value—their global responsibility towards future generations—that brings meaning and purpose to the way they practice.

Behind the Curtain: Astral Media

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Our concept to accomplish this transition of people and space was inspired by key broadcasting industry words like influence, communication, movement, and exchange. The concept plays on the contrast between the medium and the message.

Find the 7 Differences

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I highlight the 7 characteristics that I think represent the cross-section of most workspaces designed today. These 7 characteristics also differentiate the modern-day layout from older, more traditional workplace designs.