Planning for Higher Education Journal

From Living Buildings to Living Campuses

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From Volume 38 Number 1 | October–December 2009
By Anthony P. Alfieri, David L. Damon, Z Smith
Planning Types: Campus Planning

Sustainable planning is a powerful tool in creating campus facilities that are environmentally, economically, and academically beneficial. As interconnected communities, college campuses provide an excellent model for sustainable intervention strategies. The University of British Columbia and the City University of New York’s Lehman College have both initiated “living building” projects in which engineering systems are designed to behave like thriving organisms. Clarkson University and Wentworth Institute of Technology are both planning student centers designed to tap into excess energy loads. Each of the projects presented in these case studies began with fundamental and smart planning.

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