Georgia Tech advanced the mission of The Kendeda Building well before it was completed. One way was via Academic Pilot Programs and Operational Programs.
Professors Marc Weissburg and Emily Weigel from the School of Biological Sciences, along with Georgia Tech students, studied the impact buildings and construction have on biodiversity in the ecosystem.
Crowdsourcing through Virtual and Augmented Reality: A Pilot Project of the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design
The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design had the intention of becoming a resource for and model of sustainable design for the Southeast. This necessitated feedback from the community even in the design phase. One way to collect… More »
One of the seven petals of the Living Building Challenge, the fulfillment of the Equity Petal requires a demonstration that the building supports a just and equitable world. The Equity Petal defines this as “a society that embraces all sectors of… More »
Biologically Inspired Sustainable Building Design Challenges for Middle School Engineers: Expanding the Educational Reach of the Living Building at Georgia Tech
The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design will have an impact far greater than the Georgia Tech community—it is meant to transform the entire Southeastern United States. One way to impact our region, and in particular our state, is… More »
What is something we only truly notice if we are uncomfortable?—our surrounding’s temperature! When we are comfortable the temperature rarely receives a second thought, but when we are cold or hot… More »
Georgia Tech is no stranger to being a leader. From academics to research, making strides and raising the standard is something that Georgia Tech does—we create the next. An area where Georgia… More »