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October 2013

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October 2013 Features

Our fifth installment of this annual feature examines a variety of outstanding LEED projects, all of which exemplify excellence in sustainable commercial interior design and architecture.
The natural inspirations of designer Emma Shipley combine with Camira’s sustainable wool fabrics to create Titus and Tangled.
We picked six of our favorite sustainable products that truly exceed expectations in sustainable manufacturing—but we’re just scratching the surface.
Scott Brownrigg’s design for British Gas’ new Oxford headquarters harnesses natural energy to power one of the U.K.’s largest producers.
The redeveloped building now includes 91,000 square feet of office, studio and classroom space for KCAD students and faculty.
If you’ve been taking eco-labels for their word, it might be time to re-evaluate your process for finding and specifying sustainable products.
BIFMA’s level program helps international designers make quick work out of specifying LEED-contributing products abroad.
As the release of LEED v4 approaches, we’re reminded of the social and environmental responsibilities facing designers in the 21st century. But are we doing enough?
I am a curvaceous dividing screen from the mind and world of Jacques Jarrige, based in Paris. Learn my full story here.
October is here once again, but as the leaves turn to shades of yellow and orange, green is still the only color on our mind.
Stuart Kaplow, ESQ. builds his clients much-needed roadmaps through the confusing world of sustainable building.
Not a destination. FIT Associate Professor Grazyna Pilatowicz is living proof that a body in motion tends to stay in motion, while a body at rest is just a waste.
BIFMA's e3 Furniture Sustainability Standard and level® certification program are taking off with both designers and manufacturers. Here's why.
The USGBC's new Pilot Credit 80 makes it easier than ever to specify sustainable products and earn LEED points with the adoption of BIFMA's level certification.
The future of green building can be found in buildings and products that are well-designed, sustainable and affordable. Here's what we're doing to make that a reality.
Crews broke ground on Los Angeles' new federal courthouse, a 3-year, $319 million project located in the city's rebounding Civic District. 

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