|Size:||51,000 sq. ft.|
|Architect:||Miller Hull Partnership|
- Lauded as the “most sustainable building in the world” by World Architectural News.
- 80% of the building will be 100% daylit when daylight is available.
- User-controlled electric lighting systems allow for an anticipated lighting power use of 70% below code.
- This project has a modeled EUI of 16 kbtu per square foot per year and has achieved an EUI of just over 10 kbtu/sf/yr.
- A solar panel array covering the entire roof generates the required power to achieve net zero energy.
- The building is pursuing Living Building Status.
- It has achieved Net Zero Energy/Water and met the Architecture 2030 Challenge with 83% energy saved (10 EUI) and 80% water saved (rainwater, greywater).