4 news and picture results for the tag: Zero-energy building.

Bagley Classroom Building in Duluth, United States

June 20, 2011 Filed Under: Education, Public Buildings
Bagley Classroom Building in Duluth, United States

Located in Duluth, United States, Bagley Classroom Building was designed by Salmela Architect. The nature reserve where this building is located is a contiguous natural area, 55 acres in size, deeded to the University which charged the architect with designing a facility to serve eight different departments for the nature portions of their teaching. The University desired that this building have minimum... 

Great River Energy headquarters in Minneapolis, United States

July 30, 2010 Filed Under: Cultural, Public Buildings
Great River Energy headquarters in Minneapolis, United States

Located in Minneapolis, United States, Great River Energy headquarters was designed by Perkins + Will. Work has completed on Great River Energy’s new corporate headquarters in Maple Grove, Minneapolis. The four-storey, 166,000 sq ft building, designed by architects Perkins + Will is located on a 12.5 acre site in Maple Grove’s Arbor Lakes development. The building features a number of the latest... 

TZED (Towards Zero Energy Development) in Banglore, India

June 5, 2010 Filed Under: Sustainable Architecture
TZED (Towards Zero Energy Development) in Banglore, India

TZED (Towards Zero Energy Development) that located in Banglore, India, was designed by Space Matrix Design Consultants Pte Ltd . TZED (Towards Zero Energy Development), a LEED Platinum-rated residential enclave, is a picture perfect ensemble of time, space, contemporary thoughts, revolutionary technology and the best of architectural values. The manifestation of this idea is communicated through spatial... 

Yannell Residence in Chicago, United States

June 3, 2010 Filed Under: Housing, Residential
Yannell Residence in Chicago, United States

Located in Chicago, United States,Yannell Residence was designed by Farr Associates. As Chicago’s first Net Zero Energy building – producing 40% more energy than it consumes – it demonstrates that beautiful, sustainable, energy-positive housing can be integrated seamlessly into existing housing stock in northern climates. The floor plan features two narrow wings, maximizing solar penetration...