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For Asheville, North Carolina–based Samsel Architects, Sustainability Is an Ongoing Process
From downtown adaptive reuse projects to ultra-green mountain homes, the 35-year-old firm prioritizes stewardship and civic responsibility as guiding values.
How Can a Building Become “Zero Carbon”?
As we grapple with the full life cycle of all materials and surfaces in a project, how we view "net zero" is set to change.
Verdical Group’s 7th Annual Net Zero Conference: Building a Net Zero Future
The event offers resources, tools, and information to help the architecture and design industry adapt to the future of net zero buildings.
Low Cost, High Impact: The Drawdown Review Suggests That Architects Move Toward Scalable Climate Solutions
Climate change expert Jesse M. Keenan analyzes the The Drawdown Review's recommendations for architects and designers.
How Hacker Architects Put a Middle School on the Path to Net Zero
The Gilkey International Middle School in Portland, Oregon, makes the most of its forest site, harnessing natural light, fresh air, and biophilia.
Facing a Limited Budget, This Community College Still Built a Net-Zero Facility
The design-build project—with architects BNIM and builders Level 10—features extensive passive ventilation driven by thermal chimneys.