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Living Building at Georgia Tech: Designing and Operating for Health and Happiness

Source: High Performing Buildings Magazine

8-2-2017 | Media

Written by our principal, Jim Hanford, and Ramana Koti of Lord Aeck Sargent.

Built environments shape occupants’ lives and experiences. Given the fact that Americans spend 90% or more of their time in and around buildings, careful design of these environments is increasingly important. As the Living Building at Georgia Tech nears completion of the design development phase, careful attention is being paid to ensure that the project provides a “nourishing, highly productive, and healthy environment.”

Read the full story at High Performing Buildings Magazine