2014 AIA COTE Top Ten Green Projects

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In Detail: Warroad U.S. Land Port of Entry

A bog isn't the top choice of locale for a permanent structure, but here's now Snow Kreilich Architects capitalized on such as site for a new port of entry. More

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In Detail: The Wayne N. Aspinall Federal Building and Courthouse

Resiliency and high-performance drive Westlake Reed Leskosky and The Beck Group's renovation of the historic Wayne N. Aspinall Federal Building and Courthouse. More

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In Detail: Sustainability Treehouse

The Boy Scouts of America get a treehouse like no other thanks to Mithun. More

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In Detail: SUNY–ESF College of Environmental Science and Forestry Gateway Center

Rather than tuck a campus power plant away in a corner, Architerra makes a combined heat and power plant a key component. More

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In Detail: John and Frances Angelos Law Center

Behnisch Architekten and Ayers Saint Gross anchor a new law center at the University of Baltimore on an atrium that acts as an engine for ventilation, daylighting, and social interaction. More

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In Detail: Edith Green-Wendell Wyatt Federal Building Modernization

SERA Architects and Cutler Anderson Architects turn a 40-year-old energy hog into an energy-efficient showcase thanks, in large part, to a creative facade treatment. More

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In Detail: David and Lucile Packard Foundation Headquarters

EHDD's net-zero design for this California foundation actually logged net-positive energy performance its first year. We look into how it did it. More

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In Detail: Bushwick Inlet Park

Kiss + Cathcart, Architects' design for this Brooklyn, N.Y. park provides a model on how to better manage stormwater runoff. More

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Iowa Utilities Board/Office of the Consumer Advocate Office Building

BNIM’s past COTE Top Ten winner in Des Moines nabs new honors for surpassing its already ambitious energy efficiency goals with a little help from the building’s occupants. More

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In Detail: Bud Clark Commons

Holst Architecture takes the triple bottom line of economy, environment, and equity to heart at a new homeless center in Portland, Oregon. More

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