Articles - December, 2008

World's Most Sustainable Airport Hangar

Hangar

This is Hangar 25, a LEED Platinum certified airport hangar located at the Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, California.  It’s the world’s first aviation hangar to achieve such a high level of certification from the USGBC.  The 60,000 square foot structure was built by Shangri-La Construction without a significant cost increase over building a non-green airport hangar — a fact that furthers the financial case for green building development.  Check out this green list of accomplishments:

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Candy Shop Green Co-Working Space

Candyshopboulder

Talk about a serious transformation!  VaST, a Colorado-based a+d firm, purchased an old porn shop earlier this year — the building was located close to Boulder — and completely gutted the place.  Now, you wouldn’t even know it used to have super skeezy viewing booths.  VaST took all that out and set a new standard in using green materials, particularly salvaged and unique materials.  Located at 1720 15th Street in Boulder, Candy Shop is the right kind of place for a budding green professional or socially aware independent looking for some co-working space.  Plus, they’ve just added solar panels to supply a portion of the building’s energy … check out the particulars of the renovation:

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Greenish Ultman House Rehab in Boston

Organic Chemistry

This house is kind of greenish and kind of modish, but not really all the way on either of those, if you know what I mean.  But that’s not a bad thing at all — I really like the design.  As reported by Boston.com, Oz and North Ultman moved from Portland to Boston (Newburyport) and decided to renovate an old house.  With the design help of architect Dan Hisel, they took an hundred plus year old home and overhauled it throughout.

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