Cool offices and conversions: Clif Bar & Company in Emeryville, USA

Energy and nutrition food company Clif Bar & Company moved into a new, LEED Platinum certified headquarters building in 2010. Designed by ZGF Architects, the Emeryville office combines an open work environment, biophilic design, and energy efficiency. “The 75,000 square-foot (6,968 square meters) Clif Bar Headquarters transforms an original World War II valve manufacturing facility […] Read more

Princess Nora Bint Abdulrahman University for Women

Saudi Arabia just released the very first photographs of the world’s largest women-only university. Designed by Perkins+Will with Dar Al-Handasah, Princess Nora Bint Abdulrahman University (PNU) is an elegant 2,000-acre campus equipped with state-of-the-art educational facilities for a population of 60,000 students. Located in Riyadh, the massive campus merges traditional Arabic architecture with contemporary, sustainable […] Read more

Eco-friendly research lab devoted to sick kids

The Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning at The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto is the latest and greatest in research laboratories. The 21-story tower brings together hundreds of research and medical professionals under one roof, and it features an innovative, energy-efficient design and a flexible layout to encourage cooperation and communication. Toronto-based […] Read more

Perkins+Will’s LEED Platinum University of Florida CRTB

The University of Florida Gainesville’s Clinical and Translational Research Building (or CTRB for short) is a modern medical facility designed to bridge the gap between research and patient treatment. Designed by Perkins+Will, the CTRB offers a highly collaborative environment that will encourage interdisciplinary research and education on a number of important health topics like aging […] Read more

LEED Gold Greater Texas Foundation promotes sustainability and education

The Greater Texas Foundation supports education programs from its LEED Gold certified Bryan, Texas headquarters, which sets an example for future development in the area. Designed by Austin-based Furman + Keil Architects, the Greater Texas Foundation’s HQ is made of reclaimed wood salvaged from a nearby barn, and it goes to great lengths to restore […] Read more

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