Living Building Workshop Documents

The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design has the potential to be a change-agent, capable of influencing thought leadership around the world. It will serve as a catalyst in the Southeast to help reshape how we think about our built environment and its interaction with our immediate surroundings through innovations and adaptations in technology, education and cultural beliefs.

This transformation requires a collaborative approach among all team members to think through the imperatives of the Living Building Challenge. The documents and videos below summarize the discussions and outcomes of the many workshops conducted to bring together the talent and perspectives needed to make this a truly transformative process.  

Living Building at Georgia Tech: Post Ideas Competition Panel Discussion

The Making of the Living Building at Georgia Tech: Kick-Off Charrette

Lunch and Learn with Amanda Sturgeon of International Living Future Institute

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