INFOGRAPHIC: Everything you ever wanted to know about LEED | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

INFOGRAPHIC: Everything you ever wanted to know about LEED

INFOGRAPHIC: Everything you ever wanted to know about LEED Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Infographic explaining LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) Certification

Do you know about LEED? Infographic explaining LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) Certification

Maryland is #2!!! Top 10 States with LEED certified buildings #10BIGIDEAS #USGBCMD www.usgbcmd.org

Top 10 states with LEED certified buildings--we're especially excited to see Minnesota make the list!

The Hau`oli Mau Loa Foundation, a 4,285-square-foot office, constructed in 1929 was rebuilt LEEF certified. One of the most common changes they implemented was the use of natural light. The design reduced lighting energy by 55%. This site is a directory of all LEED certified buildings and so it does not reflect public view.  701 Bishop St. Tenant Improvement. (n.d.). Retrieved December 3, 2014, from http://www.usgbc.org/projects/701-bishop-st-tenant-improvement

The left portion of this image features the entry and main conference room of the Hau'oli Mau Loa Office; the right highlights the interior light shelf and mezzanine.

Future of LEED Certified Buildings, Architects, Designers & Construction Companies

Future of LEED Certified Buildings, Architects, Designers & Construction Companies

Find information about Tulane's green practices and LEED certified buildings on campus!

Find information about Tulane's green practices and LEED certified buildings on campus!

Qatar is targeting 76 Acres of LEED Certified Buildings When complete, the Msheireb regeneration project in the heart of Doha's historical district will

Qatar is targeting 76 Acres of LEED Certified Buildings When complete, the Msheireb regeneration project in the heart of Doha's historical district will

Eco-architecture - Hearst Tower in New York City.  Architect: Sir Norman Foster  | The building is Gold LEED Certified with over 90% of the structural steel used containing recycled materials.

Architect: Foster and Partners Location: Midtown Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA Project Design: Norman Foster Structural Engineer: WSP Cantour.

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