Topic: Choose a "green" building* that has already been constructed. Describe its sustainable features in the following areas: location and site, water and waste, energy, atmosphere, materials, indoor environmental quality, and any other "green" categories that apply. Comment on whether the building is successful as green architecture, based on (1) your own definition of "success," and (2) what "success" means within other contexts (e.g., the LEED rating system, legal codes and standards, critiques of LEED, etc.).
Examine list of in-class presentations to avoid duplication — before submitting your proposal.
Email chosen project and team member names to the instructor by March 26, 2019: projects cannot duplicate other projects already chosen.
Presentation should be formatted in PowerPoint, PDF, or other commonly-used presentation software.
Presentation consists of two parts: (a) a 15-minute in-class presentation (using digital projection); and (b) a printed version of the digital presentation, turned in on April 23, 2019.
This presentation may be done individually, or in teams of up to 4 students.
* excluding Milstein Hall at Cornell