Green & Design - March/April 2009 - (Page 3)

March/April contents 36 A Better Bean L.L. Bean moves its bricks-and-mortar store presence forward with an environmentally friendly prototype 43 Under the Influence A California kitchen finds inspiration in nature and the East Hot Topic 06 Beyond Fad Designing enduring sustainable architecture when times are tough Consumer 18 Generation Green How to reach today’s eco-minded consumers Focus on Retail 20 Green Flags Sustainable Opportunities for Retail 22 LEED for Retail What to expect from the USGBC’s newest pilot program Interview 45 Extreme Environmentalist Pliny Fisk III of the Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems has never been part of the mainstream—and now others are inside looking out Green+Technology 48 Leading LEED BIM to take LEED to the next level Design 24 Hola, la Ciudad Mexico City—and Latin America— welcomes a green change with HOK’s design for Torre HSBC 28 Eco-Mountain High Luxury and sustainability blend happily in Jackson Hole 32 Beautiful Vision Portland’s Mirabella retirement community melds green strategies with great design Practice&Management 52 To LEED or Not to LEED? Assessing the ongoing need for certification Opinion 54 The Many Shades of Green There are a bevy of options when it comes to going green Departments Editorial Book Review Products Products: Designer’s Picks Ad Index 04 10 12 53 56 March/April 2009 | 03

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Green & Design - March/April 2009

Green & Design - March/April 2009
Beyond Fad
Book Review
Generation Green
Green Flags
LEED for Retail
Hola, la Ciudad
Eco-Mountain High
Beautiful Vision
A Better Bean
Under the Influence
Extreme Environmentalist
Leading LEED
To LEED or Not to LEED?
Products: Designer’s Picks
The Many Shades of Green
Ad Index

Green & Design - March/April 2009