Green & Design - July/August 2009 - (Page 3)

July/August contents 36 Northern Exposure The North Face explores its sustainable side in its Boise, Idaho, store Hot Topic 06 Is Carbon Neutral Possible? In the heart of Washington, D.C., a pre-civil war, wood-framed house is going through a remarkable renaissance to be the District’s first carbon-neutral home 38 Industrial Chic Baltimore developer Patrick Turner has transformed an old grain elevator into an urban, mixed-use oasis and adaptive reuse showcase Consumer 16 Growing Green Get a piece of the action with a clear environmental marketing strategy Interview 44 Walking the Walk Under its Green the Capitol Initiative, the U.S. House of Representatives challenges itself to lead by example Essay 18 Firmly Planted Ensuring human scale to super-tall and high-impact structures Global Green 46 Green Building Goes Global As the international community embraces sustainability, a common goal has engendered an uncommon level of cooperation Design 22 The Energizer Effect TannerHecht Architecture achieves LEED-CI Platinum certification for the San Francisco-based Energy Foundation in a space that reflects the vibrancy of its employees and dedication to its mission Legal 50 Here Come the Lawyers Tenants play a significant role in a building’s green status 26 Natural Wonders WATG designs a boutique luxury inn and spa in the heart of Napa Valley that merges contemporary refinement with eco-friendly earthiness Opinion 52 Do You Have to be LEED to be Green? Departments Editorial Products Sources Sources and Ad Index 30 Above the Fray Designed by Ehrenkrantz, Eckstut & Kuhn Architects, the new P.D. 59 is a lofty, fresh take on an urban school 4 10 54 55 July/August 2009 | 03

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Green & Design - July/August 2009

Green & Design - July/August 2009
Is Carbon Neutral Possible?
Growing Green
Firmly Planted
The Energizer Effect
Natural Wonders
Above the Fray
Northern Exposure
Industrial Chic
Walking the Walk
Green Building Goes Global
Here Come the Lawyers
Do You Have to be LEED to be Green?
Ad Index

Green & Design - July/August 2009