Seeing is believing. Over 5,000 people have already taken a tour of Georgia's first Living Building.

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  • Please watch amazing video tour prior to in-person tour.

Video Tour

Kendeda Fellows

Featured Social Media Post

All our amazing Kendeda Building Fellows in one place at the same time! Two of our undergraduate Fellows are moving on so we have two openings. Apply here.

Featured Article

Designing for a Greener Future. To continue to reduce their carbon footprints and meet their climate commitments, schools and universities should pay greater attention to the embodied carbon in their facilities.

Featured Podcast

SSDN's Green Minds: Kendeda Fund Part 1 on Regenerative Design

Reserve Space

Click here to see the building's calendar. The Kendeda Building is primarily a classroom/classlab.

Spring and Fall Semester 2023: open to all Monday - Friday: 7:00am to 10:00pm

Weekends: closed

3D Tour


Kendeda Building Videos

Sustainable Sculpture at Georgia Tech
Sustainable Sculpture at Georgia Tech

World-renowned sculptor Patrick Dougherty was commissioned by Georgia Tech to create one of his unique, large-scale art installations. "Chip Off the Ole Block” is made entirely of saplings and natural materials that were sourced by volunteers at Serenbe, the new Urbanism community located in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia. The large-scale installation enjoys a commanding location on the newest section of Georgia Tech’s Eco-Commons, adjacent to The Kendeda Building.

Youtube video
Urban Agriculture at Georgia Tech: Kendeda Building Fall Planting

Urban agriculture gives us an opportunity to connect to our food. At the Kendeda Building, we have three plantings and harvesting a year with the help of student volunteers.

The New Normal: A Sustainable Response to COVID-19
The New Normal: A Sustainable Response to COVID-19

This documentary features observations made by students, staff, faculty, and building professionals regarding COVID-19, the built environment, and how lessons learned from The Kendeda Building can inform what “the new normal” looks like once we emerge from this crisis. This film is dedicated to Nirmala Patel, Rasik Sheth, and all those we've lost to this pandemic.